Kappa Alpha Order
Kappa Alpha Order is one of the oldest American fraternities today.
The Order was founded at Washington & Lee University in 1865, modeling its ideals of chivalry and gentlemanly conduct after its spiritual founder, General Robert E. Lee. Kappa Alpha is Washington College’s oldest fraternity, having been founded in 1936. KA is filled with a rich tradition of gentility, honor, and respect.
Today, its members are very involved in college life as it has athletes on the baseball, ice hockey, rugby, sailing, and swimming teams. They are also members of different clubs/organizations, hold office in the Student Government Association, and participate in intramural athletics. The fraternity’s philanthropy is the Muscular Dystrophy Association.