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Why Shop the Kappa Sigma Store?
Here at Greek U, we pride ourselves on offering exactly the Kappa Sigma merchandise you’re looking for. To fulfill that goal, we’ve worked with hundreds of brothers around the country to curate the highest-quality selection of Kappa Sigma clothing and merchandise on the web.Remember that all of our clothing that come in various sizes, colors, and styles, so you can find something for yourself or a friend.
Whether you’re in search of some comfortable Kappa Sigma sweatshirts to outfit your chapter or a bulk order of Kappa Sigma shirts to prepare for an upcoming charity event, we make sure to carry the newest and most popular items.
As you near graduation, check out our selection of Kappa Sigma graduation stoles or paddles.
If you’re looking for something to show your appreciation for a brother, we have a ton of Kappa Sigma gifts, including hats and sunglasses. Plus, since the Greek U staff is always here to help you find exactly what you need, you can rest assured knowing that you’re in good hands.
The History of Kappa Sigma
Kappa Sigma was founded December 10, 1869 on the camps of the University of Virginia, although many scholars claim its roots actually stretch back much further than that. According to many, Kappa Sigma actually evolved from an ancient society known as Kirjath Sepher, which was founded at the University of Bologna in 1395.
With more than 318 active chapters and upwards of 282,000 lifetime members, Kappa Sig is one of the largest fraternities in the nation. Built on the traditions of honor, brotherhood, philanthropy, and achievement, Kappa Sigma is known for being active in charitable causes. In fact, the fraternity has donated upwards of $5 million to undergraduate brothers since the year 1948. In a single year (2012), Kappa Sigma fundraised more than $1 million for its various philanthropic causes, which include A Greater Cause and the Military Heroes Campaign.
Notable alumni from the fraternity include Martin C. Petersen, former Deputy Executive Director of the CIA, Jimmy Buffett, Chris Harrison of The Bachelor, Chip Gaines, of the popular HGTV show Fixer Upper, Ted Turner of TNT, TBS, and CNN, Robert Redford, and Edwin Hubble, the namesake of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Dedicated to building men of character, Kappa Sigma continues its mission to uplift, encourage, and groom the brothers it takes into its ranks.