Just as the Supreme Executive Committee (SEC) is the board of directors for the Fraternity as a whole, each Chapter of Kappa Sigma elects five executive officers to perform the same function at the local level. The Grand Master, Grand Procurator, Grand Master of Ceremonies, Grand Treasurer, and Grand Scribe provide leadership, organization, and manage the affairs of the Chapter on a day-to-day basis. These men are entrusted with the wellbeing of our Chapter. Without them, Epsilon-Mu would dwindle and we would no longer know the friendships and bonds that we have created over the years.
The Grand Master faces a variety of responsibilities and challenges, which can roughly be broken down into two categories: leadership and administration. He is the Chief Executive Officer of his chapter. Inasmuch as the GM represents the chapter in all aspects, both internally and externally, he is usually regarded as the most informed and responsible member of the chapter. It is ultimately his responsibility to see that all goes well.
The proper regulation and allocation of chapter finances is vested in the responsibility of the Grand Treasurer. Financial liability of the chapter depends on the Grand Treasurer’s performance of his duties; specifically, the organization of his reports and accounts, and the responsibility of follow-up in collecting from the members and paying the vendors.
Grand Master of Ceremonies
As second in the chain of command, the Grand Procurator must look to the future. All the duties of this Officer require an understanding of where the chapter is with respect to Fraternity standards, and develops a five year plan. In short, goal-setting is his indispensable duty. He is responsible for the general conduct and discipline of the chapter.