Beta Xi-Oklahoma State University

The Beta Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order was founded on March 16th 1920, making it the second oldest Fraternity at Oklahoma State University. The Beta Xi Chapter has Alumni in 43 states and 12 countries worldwide. We are a nationally award winning chapter, winning the coveted Samuel Z. Ammen Award for Chapter Excellence for the calendar years of 2011 and 2012! The ‘Ammen’, as it is commonly called by members of KA, is awarded to the top 10% of KA chapters that go above and beyond in philanthropy, community involvement, and grades. Beta Xi is also the home chapter of Sam Leake, one of the National Executive Councilors for KA. 

Here at Beta Xi, we believe that a fraternity should always be a brotherhood first and everything else second. We hold the ideals of our motto ‘Dieu Et Les Dames’ very close to our hearts and strive to live up to those ideals on a daily basis. With this in mind, we know that we will fall sometimes, but we also know that our Brothers will be there to pick us up, and with God’s guidance, get us back on a fruitful path. We invite you to come by and visit us any time at 224 S Jefferson and see what a true Brotherhood can do for you!