Gamma Sigma Delta
Gamma Sigma Delta is an international honorary society of agriculture dedicated to excellence in scholarship, research and service. Founded in 1907, there are currently 48 chapters in the United States, Honduras, Puerto Rico and the Philippines. The Eta Chapter was founded at what would become Kansas State University on June 25, 1914. The Kansas State University Chapter was the sixth chapter chartered after Gamma Sigma Delta's beginnings in 1905 and the first chapter chartered after the fraternity's name was changed from Delta Theta Sigma to Gamma Sigma Delta.
The mission of Gamma Sigma Delta is to encourage high standards of scholarship, character, and proficiency in all branches of agricultural science and education and a high degree of excellence in the practice of agricultural pursuits.