The Xi-Beta Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at Northeastern University in 1995 and with over 100 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. It is the Fraternity's goal to provide endless resources to promote personal, academic, and professional growth through involvement in the school, surrounding Boston communities, and the Fraternity itself.
accolades and Accomplishments
- Xi-Beta utilizes a Major Mentor program to network Brothers in similar academic paths for efficient and effective study hours, yielding a Chapter-wide average of a 3.26 GPA. The All-Male Undergraduate Average is a 3.06.
- Xi-Beta currently boasts 100% involvement in other Northeastern clubs and student organizations
- The chapter is currently developing a Book Sharing Program to pass down books from older Brothers to younger Brothers and Potential New Members to save members hundreds of dollars on textbooks every semester
- Last semester alone, brothers donated 3,000 volunteer hours and raised more than $20,000
- Of the $7 Million dollars raised annually by all Greek Organizations in the Nation, Kappa Sigma is responsible for raising $1.5 Million for Philanthropic Organizations.
- Kappa Sigma has the lowest dues out of any Fraternity in the US or Canada