Kappa Eta (Harvard) Chapter of
The Harvard Kappa Eta Sigma Chi chapter was founded in 1989. We have a rich history on Harvard's campus, and many notable chapter alumni. Learn more about the history of our chapter, our brotherhood, alumni network, and more.
Rush is open to all male-identifying Harvard college freshman, sophomores, and juniors. We're proud of our rush process and respect individuals of different temperaments, talents, and convictions. Rush Sigma Chi to gain access to a wonderful community during your time on campus, and lifelong friendships after graduation.
Our house at 1124 Mass. Ave is available for summer housing. We offer spacious rooms at extremely reasonable rates. Our house is a five-minute walk from Harvard square and is surrounded by great restaurants and shops.
Why Harvard Sigma Chi?
The Kappa Eta Chapter originally began as a Harvard fraternity named Eta Sigma Chi, founded in 1989. Chartered on May 2, 1992 by Sigma Chi International, the Kappa Eta Chapter is the oldest continuously active fraternity at Harvard University. Since its founding, it has attracted and traveled alongside hundreds of members of the Harvard community throughout their undergraduate years.
Our chapter strives to cultivate an environment that makes all members feel welcome, regardless of background. Alumni of our chapter have gone on to found multi-billion-dollar businesses, become members of Congress, and much more. Our alumni are actively involved with our chapter and deeply care about the personal and professional growth of undergraduates.