Delta Sigma Pi's Coronavirus Response


CENTRAL OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENT: To ensure the safety of our staff and community, the Central Office staff will begin working remotely effective Monday, March 23 until further notice. Please note the National Headquarters will be closed during this time. As always please reach out to us with questions. We appreciate your patience during this time as staff members navigate operations as usual, to the best of their ability. 

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*March 14, 2020 address from Grand President Tricia Smith

We extend our sincere concern and support to our members, friends, colleagues, university partners and communities who have been impacted by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency. In these unprecedented times we want Deltasigs to focus on their health, safety, academics and family, limiting Fraternity stresses to a minimum.

The Board of Directors and Central Office staff are monitoring the situation closely and communicating any decisions as they become available. As each chapter accommodates and adapts to this "new normal", we would like to provide additional guidance on chapter and pledging operations. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions below. For other questions or more information, please contact

Operational FAQs during COVID-19 Crisis

  • How do we continue operating as a chapter?

  • We are on track for accredited chapter/recognition/excellence will we still be able to get that if we are remote for a portion or the remainder of the term?

  • What will happen to our pledges who have not been initiated?

  • How can we continue our pledge education program for the rest of the term while we are operating remotely?

  • How can we hold elections?

  • We should we do if we can't pay invoices?

  • Should we still be charging chapter dues/pledge fees?

  • Can we still apply for chapter awards?

Additional Information:

We encourage you to consult the following resources to stay up-to-date on developments and best health practices:

  • Your university, state and local government directives. As it relates to our activities and meetings, please follow the instructions and advice offered by your university. This may require canceling of meetings or events.
  • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the latest global updates, health and travel information, and guidance.
  • The World Health Organization for additional advice, reports, and updates.

Should you have any further questions, or wish to adjust your pledge program, please contact