Outstanding Professional Activities Award for a Collegiate Chapter

Truman State Iota Nu

Delta Sigma Pi presents the Outstanding Professional Activities Award annually to the collegiate chapter that plans and implements the most effective and comprehensive program of professional development. Successful programs focus on practical experience as well as business ethics and integrity. In addition to one national winner, the Fraternity also recognizes regional and provincial recipients.

The national winner of the Outstanding Professional Activities award, along with the four provincial winners, receive grants made possible by the Boyd Professional Development Fund. Sean, George Mason, and Andrea Boyd, California-Riverside, set up the fund to help chapters further their development in providing excellent professional activities.

Chapters receiving the award are recognized at Grand Chapter Congress  or a LEAD School and in The DELTASIG. Winning chapters also receive a certificate commemorating their selection.


Collegiate chapter officers apply for the Outstanding Professional Activities Award via the Hub Awards Module. All applications must be received by June 1 for consideration—no late applications are accepted or reviewed—and must contain the following information:

  • A thorough description of all professional events and activities including:
    • Attendance numbers, where applicable
    • Topics covered
    • Identification of the target audiences
    • Any special planning or preparation required on the part of the chapter
  • Other relevant supporting items, such as photos of chapter functions, newspaper articles, letters, and the like, as available.

Please refer to the Awards & Recognition Guide for complete details.

Review a list of collegiate chapters previously selected as Outstanding Professional Activities Award winners.

Plan ahead to submit your application and your chapter may be among next year’s winners!