What is Chi Epsilon?

Chi Epsilon is a national honor society of Civil Engineers. It was founded in 1922 and today has 138 chapters and over 65,000 members. Our chapter, the 51st, was founded in 1960. Today, about 10 percent of the civil engineering students at KSU are in Chi Epsilon.

To find out more about Chi Epsilon, go to the About XE page!

What does the Kansas State Chapter do?

Our chapter has several events every semester. We initiate new members every semester, and with this comes a service project and the actual initiation ceremony. We also have one or more informational events every semester, in addition to the fundraising that we do.

How do I get in?

Students that fulfill certain requirements are selected by the chapter members. Once you have been selected, you will receive a letter and will have the opportunity to join XE after fulfilling several other requirements including a community service project (image below).

Our Service Project Partners

A special thanks to KDOT for partnering with this semester's service project. Recently, you may have seen us picking up trash along Highway 24. Chi Epsilon participated in Adopt-A-Highway, where we collected 25 bags of trash and 1 bag of recyclables (thanks to Chad Olney). We are incredibly proud of our initiates, officers, and members who chose to spend a Saturday with the chapter for a good cause such as this.