K-State Chapter History
Acacia, founded in 1913, remains one of the oldest Greek
houses in operation at K-State. With more than 1,100 K-State
members, Acacia has influenced the lives of men by cultivating
lasting friendships and experiences.
Acacia has deep roots as a premier organization at K-State.
As an example of exemplary leadership at K-State, Acacia
members Seaton, Willard, Waters, Ford and Bushnell have
been honored on campus with buildings in recognition of
their achievement. In addition, Acacians have represented
Kansans in political offices including senators and governors,
led international businesses and coached Division I football
In 1999, more than 75 Senior Men from around the country
revived their commitment to Acacia. They looked to revitalize
the innovative student organization for the 21st century
by setting priorities in leadership, scholarship and personal
growth. In the spring of 2001, four K-State students guided
Acacia to what it is today – a vision of high standards
in serving others, learning about leadership and forming
As new students join our growing organization, Acacia
gains momentum as a dynamic, value-adding organization encouraging
and equipping students to meet their fullest potential.
We hope you’ll find a way to contribute to the Acacia story.