About Kansas State Delta Chi

We are proud to be men of the Kansas State Chapter of The Delta Chi Fraternity. Our chapter welcomes men from all walks of life and fosters a perpetual bond amongst brothers. We are proactive leaders on campus and in our communities. Each of us came to K-State with big ideas and plans for our college experience and the brotherhood has been there to support and guide us every step of the way. As Delta Chis, we strive to embody the core virtues of friendship, character, justice, and education and we are proud of our zero-tolerance policy for hazing. Membership in Delta Chi has not just enriched our K-State experience; it provides a wealth of lifelong friendships, a band of brothers of all ages, and memories we will treasure for life.

Delta Chi enjoys a rich heritage, dating back to our founding on October 13, 1890 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Delta Chi is active on 99 campuses across the country. Our chapter at Kansas State was originally founded in 1964. We have celebrated our long history and tradition thanks to the dedication and vision of generations of men who have come before us. 

Quick Facts About
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Leges (law)


Red and Buff


The Knight and martlets


White Carnation


The V Foundation for Cancer Research


Delta Chi’s mission to promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education continues to be paramount to our existence

K-State Chapter Accomplishments

  • Delta Chi at K-State has been named the top Delta Chi Chapter in the nation four of the last five years.
  • Our 2019-2020 GPA was the highest we’ve had in 25 years at 3.31.
  • The 2019-2020 Greek Member of the Year was a Delta Chi, Nathan Anderson.
  • Over the last 20 years, three K-State student body presidents have been Delta Chis.

About The Fraternity and Sorority Community at Kansas State

The Fraternity & Sorority community at Kansas State University has been in existence since 1913, with a continuing tradition of excellence. Through the years, the community has fostered academic excellence, leadership ability, philanthropic services, and has actively contributed to both the campus and Manhattan communities. The community consists of 20 sororities and 32 fraternities, with a total membership of almost 4,000 undergraduate students. While each organization maintains its own activities, traditions, and national affiliations, each founded on similar principles of scholarship, leadership, community service, and lifelong friendship.

"Delta Chi was my first love; it shall be my last."


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