KA House Expansion Campaign

The Epsilon Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order has experienced tremendous success in recent years. The Chapter has produced four of the last six IFC Presidents, 12 Student Senators in the last three years, and currently has the highest Greek GPA on campus. Needless to say, our chapter is extremely proud of our tradition of excellence and leadership. Along with this success, the Chapter has grown exponentially. Epsilon Delta currently has 185 active members, making us the 4th largest KA Chapter in the nation and the 2nd largest at Texas A&M. 

The Raymond Stotzer property has been vital to making this chapter the best at Texas A&M, but it is not able to accommodate our growing needs. The current chapter room is only able to seat 40 members comfortably, and offers limited standing room. With the help of alumni and parents, a plan has been created to build a new structure on the existing property. While our chapter is proudly a premier organization on campus, our current facilities do not reflect this. As a chapter, we believe the construction of this new facility that is shown in the rendering below will allow us to continue our growth and influence within the Texas A&M community.

If you are interested in donating to the construction of the new facility, please sign up in the space below. By filling in this form, a message will automatically be sent to one of our alumni who is spearheading this effort. He will respond shortly after the submission of the pledge.  

It is truly an exciting time to be a KA at Texas A&M and we would like to thank you for your consideration on this initiative! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ernie Williamson. His contact information can be found in the form below.

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Make Checks Payable to: Aggie KA Housing Corp Mail to: 15914 River Roads Dr. Houston, Texas 77079
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All Questions & concerns please contact:
Alumni Advisor: Ernie williamson
Cell: 281-300-7426 Email: Ernie1@square1containers.com

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Rendering of proposed KA Chapter Facility