The Undergraduate Advisory Committee (UAC) serves a critical function within the Fraternity by ensuring that undergraduate viewpoints are presented to the Supreme Executive Committee and that undergraduates’ voices are heard directly.  Each member of the UAC is elected to a 1-year term by the chapters in his area. This past July, at the 73rd Biennial Grand Conclave, the Brothers of Area 2 elected Brother Adam D. Suid (Epsilon-Sigma, Florida State University, 2019) to represent them on the UAC. He kindly joined us for an introductory interview.

What is your hometown?
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI

What are you studying in school?

Civil/Environmental Engineering

What leadership positions within your chapter have you held?
“Previously: Judicial Board member Presently: Grand Master”


What other organizations are you involved in on campus?

“[Previously served as an] IFC rush mentor”


What’s the best advice for Kappa Sigma Chapters that you can give? 

Take full advantage of our undergraduate years and make as many meaningful connections as possible. Realize that whatever you put into your chapter is what your going to get out of it. Set goals and use clear communication to ensure that your chapter is on board and ready to work towards those goals.

Thank you for your leadership Brother Suid. We know that the undergraduate Brothers in Area 2 are well represented this year! AEKΔB!