About Us

This Mu Delta Chapter of Kappa Sigma is the longest standing fraternity on campus here at the University of California, Irvine. As we celebrate 35 years of excellence, we proudly advance a tradition of dominance and seek to further ourselves as a chapter, as brothers, and individually as gentlemen. In addition to being the premiere social presence here at UCI, we routinely produce scholars, athletes, and leaders – men of the highest caliber. Furthermore, Kappa Sigma is notably committed to positively impacting both UCI and the surrounding community through service and our various philanthropies.

Our Location

The UCI Kappa Sigma House is located at 1040 Arroyo Drive, Irvine, CA, 92617.

Mission

Fellowship

Kappa Sigma is one of only four fraternities to have a house on campus. Our house is where we hold weekly chapter meeting and discuss private chapter business.

Leadership

Men are called to lead. From the moment a Kappa Sigma pledge is chosen to the day of his graduation, every brother is being groomed to take upon himself the mantle of leadership and a greater responsibility. We are taught to always take the initiative and above all else, be steadfast and to never be led astray from an objective nor compromise the integrity of character based upon another’s words. As an assembly of leaders, Kappa Sigma boasts impressive campus involvement and a strong presence at the university.

Scholarship

Kappa Sigma understands that it is your first and foremost responsibility to receive your education and strive in academic endeavors. We aim to help brothers prepare themselves for their professional career, and with such a vast alumni involvement and network, the tools are set for success.​

Service

Great men lead by example. The University of California, Irvine and Kappa Sigma Nationals annually recognizes this Mu-Delta chapter of Kappa Sigma for its dedication to service. We take pride in our diversity as a chapter, and as a result support each brother in his individual philanthropic interests. Consequently, we have developed and continued to maintain strong ties with various organizations, from the LAPD to Nike, as we strive to better our surroundings and to help those unable to do the same. We take our philanthropic efforts seriously, both as a means to (in all humility) “give back” to the community and to better ourselves as gentlemen.

It's Lonely at the Top.

UCI KAPPA SIGMA

Social

Your college experience can either be one dismissed, or among the most significant and electric moments of your life. Kappa Sigma has the most ambitious and relentless social calendar of any fraternity on campus; ask around, our reputation speaks for itself. We maintain excellent relations with all sororities on campus and are extremely well known for our incredible, and routinely held, sorority exchanges. Words fail to describe our venue parties; the only appropriate ones are inappropriate for this description. Regardless, the biggest venue party of the year, Bright N' Tight, makes it quite obvious why our social presence is unmatched, featuring the likes of Slander, NGHTMRE, Elephante, and Griffin Stoller. Dynasty Days, our formal hosted in Las Vegas, also sets us apart. To top it all off, our SWAT-sponsored Lake Havasu trip is like no other held at UCI; it’s easy to see why Kappa Sigma is the undisputed social juggernaut here at UCI.

Philanthropy

Great men lead by example. The University of California, Irvine and Kappa Sigma Nationals annually recognizes this Mu-Delta chapter of Kappa Sigma for its dedication to service. We take pride in our diversity as a chapter, and as a result, support each brother in his individual philanthropic interests. With this in mind, we have participated in volunteering/raising money for organizations such as UCI's Chinese Lunar Festival, Kappa Sigma's own Military Heroes organization, and other service officers such as the UCI Police and Fire Departments. Consequently, we have developed and continued to maintain strong ties with various organizations, from the Chipotle, Chick Fil A, Sharkys, Mendocino Farms, and much more. We strive to better our surroundings and to help those unable to do the same. We take our philanthropic efforts seriously, both as a means to (in all humility) “give back” to the community and to better ourselves as gentlemen.

Contact

PRESIDENT

Freddy Menendez

(562) 248-8580

fmenende@uci.edu

VICE PRESIDENT

Justin Virzi

(858) 230-4041

virzij@uci.edu