The history of the Zeta Psi Chapter of Sigma Nu can trace its roots all the way back to the very beginning of Lamar University. One of the first organizations at South Park Junior College in 1923 was the Kollege Klub, which was our predecessor organization.
Some of our "forefathers" that were members of the Kollege Klub included John Ellis Gray, who twice served as President of Lamar, and Otho Plummer, who served on the Board of Regents of Lamar State College of Technology. The legacy of the Kollege Klub is found on the current campus of Lamar University where at least 4 buildings are named after its members.
The Kollege Klub was the "premier" organization to be a member of from its formatation all the way until Saturday March 16th, 1957, when the members of the Kollege Klub were installed as the 138th chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity.
Just as the Kollege Kiub was the best organization of its time, the Zeta Psi chapter has worked to maintain that tradition for the last 60 years and looks to do so for the next 60 years as well, which the is still the Mission of our chapter.