Nu Alpha Kappa is a Latino-based fraternity which encompasses and values all cultures. Our membership has grown from eleven men at one chapter in San Luis Obispo to over 2300 men across 26 chapters in California, Colorado, and Nevada.

Mission:

From our very modest beginning, to our present status as a model for enlightened brotherhood, we are proud to live according to the mission statement adopted by our Founding Fathers.

We, NU ALPHA KAPPA, seek to unite and involve all students in a more harmonious and brotherly atmosphere through academic, social and cultural means. There is a need to interface the various backgrounds that constitute the student body of our fraternal university chapter, in order to improve relations amongst all students and the community. 

Active Board

Delta Bros
150
Delta Actives
12
National Membership
2300
Delta Alumni
136

Our Values

Although NAK is a Latino-based fraternity, we embrace all values and cultures. We welcome and encourage the interest and membership of any man regardless of ethnicity, race, creed or sexual orientation.  To fulfill our commitment to culture we actively participate on campus and partake in community service.

Culture

The bond of brotherhood shared among the brothers of NAK assures the successful
attainment of the last two pillars.
All brothers of NAK look forward in participating in our fraternity-sanctioned events as they provide an opportunity to build and strengthen the bond of brotherhood.

Brotherhood

Academics is highly prioritized within our brotherhood. The growing number of NAK Alumni is evident of our emphasis on academic excellence. 
Our alumni are currently employed in the fields of business, engineering, technology, education, public health, and many more.

Academics

Common Questions

Q: What does Latino-based fraternity mean?
A: Meeting the needs of the Latino community is the core foundation of NAK. While embodying the principals of Academic Excellence, Culture and Brotherhood, each chapter creates its own identity in order to meet the needs of its respective campus and community.

Q: What are the criteria for prospective members? 
A: Prospective members must be enrolled in an accredited four-year college or university. Students must possess a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average.

In addition, interested men should demonstrate leadership, commitment to the principles of academic and personal excellence, cultural awareness, community service, and brotherhood. 

#Goals

Aacademic
100%
Cultural Awareness
100%
Community Service
100%
Brotherhood
100%

MEN OF MIND… MEN OF CULTURE… MEN OF PRIDE !!

Delta Chapter

Before Nu Alpha Kappa Inc was established there where only few clubs and organizations established at CSU Stanislaus. Other Latino based fraternities had tried but failed. When others heard NAK was trying to get chartered at Stanislaus, they believed they would not succeed.

Frank Espinoza, Nu Alpha Kappa Inc. advisor for CSU San Jose, (Alpha Chapter) moved to Turlock and transferred to CSU Stanislaus as an academic EOP advisor. There he introduced the founding fathers to NAK and became their advisor.

Fifteen founding fathers crossed on November 22, 1992. To this day they are the biggest class ever to cross at the Delta Chapter.

NAK still stands tall to this day with a current membership of 165 brothers at the Delta Chapter.

What is Greek Life

Credits to our bro Jay Cruz from Sac State.

Latest news

Fernando Beltran

Nu Alpha Kappa, Delta Chapter, would like to wish Founding Father Fernando Beltran a Happy Retirement!! Thank you for all you have done for this organization and the major impact you have made on this campus!! Wish you more successful and blessing years.

Santos Ayalla

We would like to wish our brother, Santos Ayala, a happy birthday today. Enjoy your special day with family and friends. Felicidades carnal.

Alexis Montoya

The gentlemen of Nu Alpha Kappa, Delta Chapter would like to congratulate our brother Alexis Montoya (ΔΧ #141) on his completion of his undergrad education. He will be receiving his degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development. His plan is to get into a masters program in Behavioral Analysis. After masters, he plans on […]

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