Do I have to be in the Fisher College of Business to join?
Nu Chapter, according to the Delta Sigma Pi Bylaws, accepts Pre-business majors as well as those majoring in Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences. If your major is not congruent with these majors, we are not allowed to offer you a bid to our fraternity.
Can freshman join Delta Sigma Pi?
Yes, freshman are highly encouraged to come to recruitment events for DSP.
How long is the recruitment process?
The recruitment process is about a week or two long. We recruit new members once per semester within the first few weeks of class. We have "Meet the Chapter Nights" on a Wednesday and a Thursday, and professional interviews are on Friday. We also have a few additional events geared towards learning about Nu Chapter and what it means to be a brother in Delta Sigma Pi. Please refer to the Recruitment Events tab under "Interested in Joining" for the current semester's updated calendar.
How much time will I have to dedicate to the Fraternity?
During the pledging process, you are required to attend weekly pledge meetings on Sunday evenings. During these meetings, you are required to plan on fundraising, professional, service and brotherhood event. Additionally, you will take a series of quizzes and a final exam on information about the Fraternity. If accepted into the Fraternity, we have attendance policies that are required of every brother. If you are concerned about having enough time for Delta Sigma Pi, be sure to talk with current members at the recruitment events regarding your concerns.
Is there a minimum GPA requirement to join Delta Sigma Pi?
Yes, the minimum GPA is a 3.0.
Do I have to attend all of the recruitment events?
No, you do not have to attend all of the recruitment events, but it is definitely encouraged. It allows for a lot of current members to meet you and for you to establish rapports and have good conversations.
What are "Meet the Chapter Nights?"
Meet the Chapter Nights are informational meetings about Delta Sigma Pi. We have a presentation from our President and active members. Following the presentation, you may stay to chat with brothers about DSP. It is a great way to get to know active brothers and to see what Delta Sigma Pi is all about. Please note that you may dress business casually for the Meet the Chapter Nights.
What should I wear to my formal interview?
Because we are a professional business fraternity, professional attire is recommended. Men may wear a suit/slacks and a tie, and women may wear a suit/slacks and a blouse or a professional dress with appropriate length. However, we understand that many younger students do not have business suits yet. Therefore, dress as appropriately as your wardrobe allows. If you do not own any professional attire and cannot find someone to borrow from, do not be discouraged from attending!
What if I cannot make it to the Friday interview times because of a conflict?
Contact Ian Woidke or Cole Halliday (emails on Executive Board tab under "About" and Contact our Chapter tab under "Contact"), and they may be able to schedule an alternate interview time for you.
How many people are normally selected to become part of the Pledge Class?
There is no specific size for a pledge class in Delta Sigma Pi.