Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Delta Sigma Pi?
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity for men and women, which serves as a gateway for business and other related majors to enhance leadership skills, develop strong networking connections, attend professional events, community service opportunities, and brotherhood.
2. How do I know if DSP is right for me?
Are you a business, economics or business related major looking to get involved and grow personally and professionally? If so, Delta Sigma Pi could be the perfect fit for you.
3. What are the requirements?
Must be a Bryan School Business Major
Have a 2.5 GPA or higher
Must have 1 collegiate semester left after joining
Must demonstrate a willingness to perpetuate the ideals of the Fraternity (cross-membership in Greek social fraternities & sororities is permitted)
4. Can I leave if I decide I don't want to do it?
During the pledge process you may decide to leave, but once you are a brother, you are a brother for life and are expected to contribute. You never want to be a part of something and see people give less than 100%. The pledge process is a chance for you to decide if you really want to become a brother.
5. How often do you meet?
The chapter holds bi- weekly meetings. Currently these meetings are held every other Sunday evening.
6. How do I become a pledge?
It is recommended to attend events during the recruitment period . During this period, Delta Sigma Pi will conduct various events for prospective members. Pledges are selected during the recruitment process at the beginning of each semester and your best way to get selected is to go to as many events and meet as many Deltasigs as possible. It is YOUR responsibility to get to know as many brothers as possible.
7. How much commitment is pledging?
Pledging is roughly 6-8 weeks long, and IS NOT to be confused with pledging a social organization. Our pledge process consists of taking a written quiz every week on the history of Delta Sigma Pi, organizing a fundraiser, professional event, social, and community service event. Basically, pledging is a taste of what it is like to be a brother. Pledging will take as much time as if you added one more class to your schedule.
8. How much does it cost to be a Brother/Pledge?
There are dues for each semester which can be paid in full, or through a payment plan. Total dues for brothers are $105 per semester and $136 for pledges (includes pledge handbook and pledging materials.)
9. Who can I contact for more information?
All aspiring pledges should contact the Senior Vice President of the Iota Omega Chapter by email at email@example.com.