Greek life at the University of Oklahoma has been in a large part on creating a vibrant and better overall campus for over one hundred years. Since the Gamma Kappa chapter was charted in 1906 our voice on campus has been heard. By putting our four pillars, scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service, at the forefront of what we do we have formed some of the best to walk the University of Oklahoma’s campus such as 1969 Heisman Trophy winner Steve Owens.
At the Gamma Kappa chapter, we strive for excellence not only in the classroom but in the community. Achieving above a 3.2-chapter GPA, playing enormous roles in all three of OU’s philanthropy events and raising well over $10,000 dollars for our philanthropy, the Military Heroes campaign are just a few of the accomplishments for the most recent school year. Since re-chartered in 2013 the men of the Gamma Kappa chapter have had a new 7-million-dollar house that can comfortably fit 75 members that they can call home.
Creating a tight knit bond between our more than 200 active members is one of our top priorities as relationships last a lifetime. As one of the largest fraternities nationwide we have an extension contact network that will not only help in college but for life. As a chapter we participate in around 20 intramural sports for those who are trying to relive their high school glory days.
“Deciding to rush then becoming a Kappa Sigma was one of the best decision I have made. It has changed my life and I know that my quality of life has substantially improved.” - PR chair, Jayke Flaggert