Kappa Sigma welcomed its Nu-Alpha Chapter back to the campus of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, on Saturday, May 24, 2014. Ritual teams from the Delta-Nu (University of California at Los Angeles), Epsilon-Tau (California State University at Fresno), Omicron-Mu (California State University at Bakersfield), Omicron-Omega (California State University at Stanislaus) and Rho-Kappa (California State University at Monterey Bay) chapters initiated 56 men into Nu-Alpha.
The chapter held its installation banquet at the historic Madonna Inn where family and friends gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of Kappa Sigma’s newest members. Among the 56 men initiated were two legacies – Jack Foy, whose father Jon is a 1977 initiate of the Alpha-Psi Chapter (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), and Cameron Sholz, whose father Scott is a 1990 initiate of the Theta-Iota Chapter (San Jose State University).
The chapter earned its charter under the leadership of Grand Master DJ Marquez. Brother David De La Cruz (Omicron-Omega, CSU-Stanislaus, ’08), who was named an honorary initiate of the Nu-Alpha Chapter, serves as the chapter’s Alumnus Advisor, and the chapter is located in the Central California District where Brother Chris Cooley (Epsilon-Tau, CSU-Fresno, ’89) serves as District Grand Master.
Letters of congratulations may be sent to:
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Daniel Joe Marquez
168 Cuesta Dr
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
About the Nu-Alpha Chapter
The Nu-Alpha Chapter was originally founded as the 250th chapter of Kappa Sigma on May 6, 1989, and re-founded on May 24, 2014. The chapter has initiated 355 men in its history, and as of June 2014 has 56 men on its roster. During the 2013-2014 academic year, the chapter completed more than 3,600 hours of community service and donated in excess of $21,150 to charitable causes.