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University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

Zeta Kappa Chapter

University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Founded: February 2, 2013
Status: Active
Ideal Chapter Size: 50 



Spring 2017

Chapter Awards

Grand Senior President's Cup - [2015]
Alpha Kappa Pi Gold Cup - [2014]
Phi Pi Phi Silver Cup - [2016, 2013]

Individual Awards

Undergraduate Hall of Fame
Jensen, John A. '12 [2014]
Kolter, Ryan T. '12 [2013]

Chapter History

In the Spring of 2012 staff member Jason Hinson-Nolen, Murray '05, led expansion efforts at Whitewater. Hinson-Nolen recruited a group of 18 individuals who went through the Pledge Ceremony on March 8, 2012. The first Initiation Ceremony was held on April 28, 2012. The chapter's first President, John Jensen, simultaneously served as the President of Whitewater Student Government and the UW-Whitewater Interfraternity Council from the group's founding until the end of 2013.  The Chapter officially became the Zeta Kappa Chapter on February 2, 2013, which was presented by Grand Councilor Rodney Rusk.  At Elevate 2013 at Marshall University, the Chapter received the Phi Pi Phi Silver Cup as well as the Louis Manigault Award for Campus Involvement.  Two of the Founding Members, Ryan Kolter and John Jensen, currently work for Fraternity Staff. Kyle Morris, Whitewater '12 was selected to serve as the Chapter's second President beginning December 6, 2013.

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