During the 1920s, fraternities and sororities were extemely active on college campuses throughout the United States. By the late 1960s, Minot State College had seven active Greek organizations on its campus. Two of the three major fraternities, Mu Sigma Tau and Alpha Kappa Delta (which would later merge with Tau Kappa Epsilon), emerged during the 1920s and remained active student organizations for more than six decades. Both fraternities dissolved by 1983, and the Greek life at MSU remained dormant for years. Supported by the vision of MSU's President, Dr. David Fuller, and with the aid of MSU's Alumni Association, Mu Sigma Tau was reborn in 2010.