2021 Grand Chapter Congress (Virtual)

  • Dates: Aug 05 2021 - Aug 15 2021

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To ensure the safety and well-being of our members, the Board of Directors approved during their meeting on January 30, 2021 to hold the 2021 GCC virtually. An additional special (in-person) meeting of the Grand Chapter has been called for July 13-17, 2022 at the Hilton Cleveland. Although we will miss seeing everyone this August in-person--we hope to see you in July 2022! 

The 53rd Grand Chapter Congress (GCC) will be virtual! We look forward to you registering and participating in the various virtual activities we’re planning!

Grand Chapter Congress offers an experience like nothing else.  Imagine hundreds of Deltasigs in one place: learning, leading, and socializing. Held in odd-numbered years, Grand Chapter Congress conducts the business of the Fraternity, offers educational programming of interest to collegians and alumni alike, and presents opportunities to meet, greet, and interact with brothers from across the country.

Congress Schedule
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Chapters & Delegates, including Legislation
What to Expect

While there may be other virtual celebrations and in-person gatherings and celebrations planned and promoted around the country, please note that these are NOT an official Grand Chapter Congress. Participation in these other events will not be recognized or recorded nationally – you must register and attend the Virtual 53rd Grand Chapter Congress for that recognition.  That said, if you are participating in other events, we encourage you to be safe and follow CDC, state and local guidelines to better ensure positive experiences for yourself, other Deltasigs, and others around you.


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