Kappa Alpha Order

Aristeo S. Ruiz

Director of Chapter Development

Ari, a military kid originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado, graduated in May of 2018 with a degree in Public Relations and Graphic Design. He served his chapter as a Number IV, V, and VII. As an undergraduate, Ari served as the President of the Student Organization Council, Executive Vice President for the Interfraternity Council, Residence Hall Director, and Vice President of Communication for the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference. He enjoys attending music festivals and traveling when given the opportunity. Joining the staff in May 2018 Ari led the effort to colonize and restore the Zeta Chapter at Randolph-Macon College, colonize the provisional chapter at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (formerly Epsilon Xi Chapter), and start an interest group at the University of West Florida (formerly Epsilon Sigma Chapter) as an associate director for chapter development. Ari Ruiz was promoted to Director of Chapter Development in May 2020. He leads all of the chapter development initiatives, including all efforts in the restoration of dormant chapters and the creation of new chapters and the Order’s recruitment and rush initiatives. Additionally, he will be working to establish a provisional chapter at the University of Southern California (formerly Beta Sigma Chapter) in the fall of 2020.

Aristeo S. Ruiz
  • School: Austin Peay State
  • Initiation Chapter: Zeta Tau
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  • Initiation Year: 2014
  • Phone: (540) 460-5200
  • Phone: (540) 460-5200

Ari, a military kid originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado, graduated in May of 2018 with a degree in Public Relations and Graphic Design. He served his chapter as a Number IV, V, and VII. As an undergraduate, Ari served as the President of the Student Organization Council, Executive Vice President for the Interfraternity Council, Residence Hall Director, and Vice President of Communication for the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference. He enjoys attending music festivals and traveling when given the opportunity. Joining the staff in May 2018 Ari led the effort to colonize and restore the Zeta Chapter at Randolph-Macon College, colonize the provisional chapter at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (formerly Epsilon Xi Chapter), and start an interest group at the University of West Florida (formerly Epsilon Sigma Chapter) as an associate director for chapter development. Ari Ruiz was promoted to Director of Chapter Development in May 2020. He leads all of the chapter development initiatives, including all efforts in the restoration of dormant chapters and the creation of new chapters and the Order’s recruitment and rush initiatives. Additionally, he will be working to establish a provisional chapter at the University of Southern California (formerly Beta Sigma Chapter) in the fall of 2020.