Interested in Delta Sigma Pi but don’t have an active chapter on your campus? Transferring to a new school and want to stay involved with Delta Sigma Pi? Or are you an alumni member interested in making a significant contribution to Delta Sigma Pi and improving the lives of many far into the future?
Many campuses are currently organizing collegiate chapters, giving you plenty of opportunities to come alongside these efforts and build your leadership and organizational skills while helping to start a new Delta Sigma Pi chapter. Don’t see your school listed below? Find out more about how to start or reactivate a chapter
. Get in touch with the Central Office
to plug in to ongoing expansion efforts or to learn more.
Requirements for New Delta Sigma Pi Chapters
The university or college must have a separate school, college, division, or department of business administration or economics with at least 400 full-time undergraduates enrolled, and must be accredited either by the Association of American Universities or by a regional accrediting association. The Board of Directors may accept a lower enrollment school or approve regional accreditation on a case-by-case basis.
University and qualified program administration must grant written approval for a Delta Sigma Pi chapter. Additional written approval for new student organizations should be obtained as required by the college or university.
The institution should be located within 250 miles of an operating Delta Sigma Pi collegiate or alumni chapter or a member of the Board of Directors. More distant institutions may be considered on a case-by-case basis upon recommendations of the respective Regional Vice President or member of the Central Office staff. The decision to accept a more distant school for colonization is the responsibility of the Board of Directors.
Current Deltasig Colonies
Find current Deltasig colonies near you
, and consider lending your support!
Additional High Interest Sites for New Chapters
University of North Alabama, Florence
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee
*University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
University of Arkansas, Little Rock
California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock
University of Hartford, West Hartford
Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers
Emory University, Atlanta
Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights
*University of Kentucky, Lexington
Minnesota State University, Moorhead
University of Minnesota, Duluth
Concordia University, Moorhead
University of Montana, Missoula
University of New Hampshire
*North Carolina State University, Raleigh
*University of North Dakota, Grand Forks
Baldwin Wallace University, Berea
Cleveland State University, Cleveland
University of Oregon, Eugene
Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro
University of Utah, Salt Lake City
*Sam Houston State University, Huntsville
Old Dominion University, Norfolk
Eastern Washington University, Cheney/Spokane
Central Washington University, Ellensburg
*University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
* indicates a closed chapter with interest to reactivate