It was an important day for UVU history. On Nov. 19, the Kappa Sigma colony received its charter from the Kappa Sigma International Fraternity, changing the organization’s status from a colony to an official collegiate chapter and being the first fraternity on campus. But for the small group of exemplary men, the day meant the culmination of over a year’s worth of planning, patience and determination.
Kappa Sigma first came to campus back in Nov. 2009. Though the intention was to become an official chapter by the end of 2010, those plans never came to fruition. It wasn’t until April 4, 2011 that former president Rhett Dalley received an email from the international headquarters informing Dalley that the colony would be chartered.
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