Kappa Kappa Psi is a college coeducational fraternity founded at Oklahoma State University in 1919 by William A. Scroggs who sought to establish an organization that would "bind [dear] friendship together indefinitely" and unite members across the nation.
Kappa Kappa Psi's mission is to develop leadership, musicianship, and brotherhood through service to the College and University band programs as stated in the 5 Purposes of the organization and the Fraternal Code of Conduct of Honor, Integrity, Respect, and Loyalty.
Prominent members and alumni include Henry Fillmore, Karl L. King, John Phillip Sousa, Leroy Anderson, David R. Holsinger, David Maslanka, Frank Ticheli, John Williams, Ray Charles, Neil Armstrong, President William Clinton, and Chuck Norris.
As a service fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi works with the University of Georgia Band Program and with the Redcoat Marching Band
With currently 31 active brothers within the fraternity we all share a bond amongst each other that is forged by our love for music and service
Every year Kappa Mu performs a musicale that showcase the brotherhood's musical talents and the new membership class does a recital.