Fraternity - Kappa Sigma
The Xi-Beta Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at Northeastern University in 1992 and with over 120 active men, is the largest chapter in the university’s fraternity system. Xi-Beta prides itself in its active social life with Fraternities and Sororities on Campus, commitment to academic excellence, dedication to Community Service and Philanthropic events, and its unmatched strength in Brotherhood and Fellowship. Xi-Beta has Brothers involved in all aspects of Northeastern University, ranging from participation in Intramurals to leadership roles in Student Government, IDEA, Finance and Investment Club, AIChE, and a Mishelanu Chapter. Xi-Beta has been the recipient of multiple Northeastern University Chapter of the Year Awards since its inception and the National Kappa Sigma Founder’s Circle award for chapter excellence, the highest honor throughout Kappa Sigma. About Kappa Sigma: Founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia, the Kappa Sigma Fraternity is currently one of the largest men’s college organizations in North America, having initiated more than 230,000 members. With more than 250 undergraduate and alumni chapters throughout the U.S. and Canada, the Fraternity teaches its core standards and values through educational programming related to the four cornerstones of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.