Welcome New Chapters

May 15, 2018 – This spring, we welcomed two brand new chapters and reactivated a previous one - initiating nearly 50 brothers!

On April 14, Delta Sigma Pi installed our 297th chapter, welcoming Phi Omega at Cleary (MI) to our brotherhood. As strictly a business school, Cleary offers numerous concentrations beyond finance, accounting and marketing, allowing students to specialize in a field. The chapter hosted several beneficial workshops including "How to Work a Career Fair," "Writing Cover Letters," offering resume reviews and more. Additionally, they read to local elementary special education students and have made fleece blankets to donate to local charities.

Phi Omega
Newly installed members of Phi Omega at Cleary gather before a celebratory dinner in their honor with Fraternity leaders including: PGP Mark Chiacchiari, then Interim Huron RVP Jodi Schoh, North Central PVP Cory Stopka and 2016 COY Jen Huynh. 

On April 28, the Fraternity welcomed Chi Psi at University of Texas-Dallas, our 298th chapter. With a drive to set themselves apart as the premier organization on campus, the colony hosted resume workshops, internship panels, company site visits and professional guest speakers. They also made service a priority and volunteered in their local community of Richardson, Texas at a retirement home, food bank and a family services center. 

Chi Psi
Members of Chi Psi at Texas-Dallas take their first picture as a newly installed chapter on campus. 

On May 12, Delta Sigma Pi reactivated Eta Chi Chapter at California State Polytechnic University-Pomona. The colony has proved through numerous service and professional events they have what it takes to become a successful and lasting chapter. They have hosted Delta Sigma Pi alumni panels, resume workshops, and welcomed a professor at Cal Poly-Pomona to talk about "The Power of Networking." The colony also took part in "Operation Gratitude: Letters to Troops" where they set up a table on campus and encouraged others to write letters to those serving our country. 

Eta Chi
The reactivated chapter Eta Chi at Cal Poly-Pomona has spent the past year participating in numerous events and establishing a large and impressive chapter, which is sure to further the ideals of the Fraternity for years to come. 
Welcome, Phi Omega, Chi Psi and Eta Chi! 
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