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Student Organizations & Leadership

Quick Stats

Name: Nu Alpha Kappa

Crest:
Crest of this organization
Minimum GPA: 2.5

Color(s): Red, White, Bronze

Symbol: Xinaco

Nickname: NAK

Motto: Men of Mind, Men of Culture, Men of Pride

Year: February 26, 1988 at Cal Poly, Cal Poly St. Luis Obispo, CA

First at Sac State: July 27, 1996

US Chapters: 24

Headquarters: 234 Broadway # 161 San Diego, California, USA

National Website

Guiding Principles

NAK is..... Sharing you life with others: Learning to accept others and respect differences in others, working together in cooperative spirit, playing, laughing, singing and studying together, sharing you problems as well as your achievements. It is participating in group activities and working with brothers and sisters for the common goals of improvement. NEVER does it mean to loss identity, but rather it is remaining true to oneself in interest, goals and characteristics. It is LOVE for the INDIVIDUAL and for the group as a WHOLE. It is the fraternity spirit which leads one to further care about his or his neighbors goods, thus educating the HEART to unselfishness. It is Loyalty, Thoughtfulness, Courtesy, and Encouragement from day to day. It is the opportunity for development of talents and ones full potential. It is the real friends, interested in each others family and friends and anything within the bounds of morality shall receive the commendation of the brothers and sisters. NAK is like an individual in that it posseses a personality. This personality is the sum of the individual qualities of its members. The quality of each brother and sister is significant in determining the quality of the whole. Tony Valenzuela, First NAK President and Founding Father.

Cultural Foundation

We are a Latino based Fraternity that encompasses all cultures and walks of life.

These are the culturally based programs we host:

NAKLand - Children Carnival for the underprivileged.

La Posada - Cultural events for families

Community Service and Philanthropy

What is the community service, philanthropy, or cause that your organization most frequently supports?Bone Marrow Drive and NAK Land

What program(s) or event(s) does your organization at Sacramento State coordinate to support the community service, philanthropy, or cause mentioned above?NAKland, Make a Wish Foundation Annual Action, La Posada at La Familia Community Center, Haunted House at La Familia Community Center, Bone Marrow Drive

Nakolita - Fundraising Club Event
Naktivity - Fundraising Club Event
Nuestra Bellaza - Fundraising Pageant
NAK Auction - Fundraising Auction

Risk Management

Does your organization have a bylaw or statement regarding hazing? Hazing is defined by the FIPG (Fraternal Information Programming Group) as:

We abide to all National, State and University laws when it regards to Hazing. We have a strict anti-hazing policy.

Does your organization have an insurance policy? Yes

Does your organization have a Risk Management policy? Yes

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