You come to college with your values intact; you’ve learned from family and friends what’s right and wrong. While in college, KA helps you keep your compass straight, develop your values-set and experiences, and points you in a great direction for your future. Then, with our history and your experience, your journey in life seems a little clearer. Choose any of the three paths below to learn more about Kappa Alpha Order and our members.
W. Eastland Gray (Gamma Nu–Louisiana-Monroe ’65) is part of long line of KAs in his family. His maternal grandfather, Robert Fletcher Ormond, was initiated into the Phi Chapter at Birmingham-Southern College (then Birmingham College) in 1897. Eastland’s father, Courtland Prentice Gray Jr, was initiated into the Order in in 1926 by the Alpha Alpha Chapter...
There has never been any research evidence to support our claim that fraternity life is a major contributing factor for men living a fuller and more successful life. Until now.
Read about Kappa Alpha Order’s Year-long Celebration during the Sesquicentennial year of our founding.