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Kansas State Chapter of Delta Chi at Kansas State University

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OUR PROUD HISTORY "Having a facility will mean that Delta Chi has truly 'planted its flag' at K-State again. Since our return, the chapter has achieved fantastic things, but I think a lot of alumni needed time to ensure it was stable. Our undergrads have clearly shown they have set up the chapter for true long-term success, and they deserve a place that represents the growth of our chapter." – Brandon Smith '06 N early 60 years ago the Delta Chi Fraternity initiated over 30 young men into the colony at Kansas State University. Now our chapter has initiated over 700 brothers. Regardless if you were initiated in the founding class, 1960s, 1970s, 1990s, 2000s, or 2010s, we can trace many of our best memories to our fraternity experience at Kansas State. e men of Delta Chi have continually made their mark at K-State and beyond. Delta Chi has been home to community leaders, educators, entrepreneurs, engineers, Wildcat supporters, elected government officials, international volunteers, an International President, and so much more. Much of this success can be attributed to the lessons and values we learned through Delta Chi. We learned to promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education. We also developed many skills, including leadership, organization, teamwork, and character. A core part of our Delta Chi history can be traced back to our housing experiences. Whether you lived in the beloved Fairchild house, off-campus apartments, or our home at 508 Sunset, our residences have always served as a home away from home for our brothers. Our current chapter house at 1904 Grandview has been the focus of undergraduate life for Delta Chi in recent years. e house has served as a rallying point, a living and learning center for our brothers, and a place the active members have called home for the past five years. But the residential house no longer serves the needs of today's chapter. Now, as we look to the future, we must come together to help ensure, on a campus that is more competitive than ever, that we remain a strong organization for the next generation. It is imperative we act now to secure our future.

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