Delta Sigma Pi

      America’s Foremost Professional Fraternity

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Professional

Our chapter prides itself on its professional development. From etiquette luncheons to social networking, Delta Omicron has it all. We strive to help our brothers put their best feet forward in the business world. Learning to be professional is much more than choosing the right suit, it takes time and experience to fully develop your professional skills. Delta Sigma Pi is the perfect learning arena for college students hoping to enter into a professional environment.

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Service

Our chapter holds a variety of Community Service events each semester to help brothers give back to those that have helped them. If beach cleanups, food drives, and working with Bay Area youth interest you, let us know! It is important as Business majors that we diversify ourselves from the thousands of other business students entering the field every day. Learning to give back to those around you gives you a better understanding of how our world works, and gives you a great competitive edge!

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Scholarship

As a chapter we reach towards the common goals of doing well in our classes, mastering the material presented to us, and applying it to the real world. We help each other reach these goals by hosting weekly study sessions and offering scholarships to those who do well. In order to be successful in your career, it is important to be successful in class. Join Delta Sigma Pi and surrounded yourself with other students of Business who will motivate you and push you to do your best.

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Social

All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy. Without the chance to socialize, the knowledge that we gain from our courses and internships would do us no good. Learn to network with other SFSU organizations, students, and faculty through Delta Sigma Pi. Expand your resources, and learn to utilize all of your connections. Our campus is a “commuter campus”, which can make it difficult to build your network. What better way to bridge the commuter gap than to join an organization with as much to offer as Delta Sigma Pi?

Founded in

November 7, 1907

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Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1907 at New York University, School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance by Alexander Frank Makay, Alfred Moysello, Henry Albert Tienken and Harold Valentine Jacobs. Today, coast to coast, more than 250 chapters and over 250,000 members support the goals and ideals of the Fraternity.

Since it was founded in 1907, Delta Sigma Pi has been preparing business students to work professionally and efficiently in the business world. Candidates for membership in Delta Sigma Pi must receive an invitation to join, complete an orientation program, and demonstrate a willingness to perpetuate the ideals of the fraternity. Members may be men and women of all creeds and colors engaged in the study of business or related fields. Cross membership in Greek social fraternities and sororities is permitted, but members of Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Gamma Nu and Phi Chi Theta are not permitted to join. Delta Sigma Pi is structured like a business, allowing members to experience and learn about organizational management.

Each chapter conducts a variety of professional, fundraising, and community service events throughout the year. These events are structured to provide education, leadership, guidance, and an opportunity to socialize.

Our Purpose

“Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities;
to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and
practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce,
and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.”

Membership Requirements

Individual Membership

Candidates for membership in Delta Sigma Pi must receive an invitation to join from a local chapter, complete an orientation program, and demonstrate a willingness to perpetuate the ideals of the Fraternity. Cross-membership in Greek social fraternities and sororities is permitted
with few exceptions. 

Requirements

  • Attend at least TWO recruitment events listed in our schedule.
  • Must be declared a Business or Economics Major*
  • Must have at least a 2.5 GPA
  • Graduating no sooner than Spring 2015
  • Freshman can apply their first semester
  • Available Monday Nights
  • Be Active

Application Process

Step 1: Attend two or more events listed in the Welcome Events Schedule and sign in.
Step 2: Sign up for interviews at the welcome events or at our Contact Page .
Step 3: Download and fill out the Application Form.

*We accept Hospitality & Tourism Management and Labor Studies Majors.

Monetary & Product Sponsorship

Our sponsorship program is designed
to enhance the engagement between
students and the industry’s most
influential organizations.