The Epsilon-Mu Chapter maintains an online presence on various platforms in order to engage with our members, both undergraduate and alumni, and their families as well as others in and around our community. Online, our Chapter operates under the brand name Tulsa Kappa Sigma.
Connect with our official Tulsa Kappa Sigma accounts, listed below:
The official channels listed below are maintained by International Headquarters, The Endowment Fund, and SEC Members:
Endowment Fund: http://facebook.com/KappaSigmaEF
Endowment Fund: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaEF
Worthy Grand Master: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaWGM
Worthy Grand Procurator: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaWGP
Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaWGMC
Worthy Grand Treasurer: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaWGT
Worthy Grand Scribe: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaWGS
Military Heroes Campaign: http://twitter.com/KappaSigmaMHC
Jackson's Scribe: http://twitter.com/JacksonsScribe
Awards Commission: http://twitter.com/KSAwards
Our digital presence is managed entirely in house by our undergraduates. Access to our official digital channels is restricted only to individuals serving on our Public Relations Committee, and those with prior approval. Posts to official accounts are regularly reviewed and moderated as needed as are the posts of our members. Even still, mistakes happen and things slip through the cracks. If you encounter a social media post or other online exchange that is purported to have been made by the Chapter or one of our members that is offensive, inappropriate, or otherwise of concern, please notify us at once by emailing email@example.com.
Online and Social Media Policy
The Tulsa Kappa Sigma website and social media pages were created as a place for discussions and updates pertaining to the Epsilon-Mu Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity ("Chapter"). We encourage the expression of opinions and discussions of those topics which surround our great Fraternity.
The Public Relations Committee shall oversee the Chapter’s presence on digital media platforms. The Chapter reserves the right to moderate any and all comments/posts. Comments/posts will be removed if they meet any of the following criteria:
Profanity, hate speech or offensive/inappropriate language
Personal attacks on other users or Kappa Sigma members
Posts containing illegal activity
Posts containing advertisements, political or fundraising solicitations, spam or copyright/trademark infringement
Off-topic posts inappropriate for the forum
The Chapter reserves the right, at our discretion, to remove any comment/post or to revoke a user’s privilege to post to our digital media platforms. Comments/posts made by others do not reflect the opinions of the Chapter.
This policy is subject to change at the discretion of the Chapter. If you have any questions regarding this policy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chapter and its members are also subject to the Internet Use Standard of Conduct found in the Kappa Sigma Code of Conduct.