Alpha-Eta has existed at The George Washington University since 1892, when the school was known as the Columbian College. For nearly a century our chapter served as the center of a large network of Kappa Sigmas living in Washington and working in the institutions of our nation’s capital.
Notable alumni from our chapter include Roy C. Osgood, Kappa Sigma Man of the Year in 1943, Brian O’Dwyer Kappa Sigma Man of the Year in 2011 and former Worthy Grand Master of Kappa Sigma Fraternity, and Barton H. Kogan for whom GWU’s Kogan Plaza is named after. Brothers Kogan and O’Dwyer continue to take an active interest in our chapter and the fraternity.
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The GW townhouse Building JJ has been the home to 28 Kappa Sigma brothers since 2013. Newly renovated as of Fall 2015, JJ is dubbed by GW IFC as "the most unique university-owned chapter house on campus". Brothers can satisfy the University "on-campus until Junior year" policy by living with other Kappa Sigs in suite-styles equipped with living rooms, kitchens, and multiple bathrooms.