Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
I am excited to welcome you to the Mu Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi at George Mason University! We are a Co-Ed, Professional, Business Fraternity that strives to hold a strong, respectful presence in the business and civic world. Delta Sigma Pi has been represented on campus at George Mason University by Business and Economic students since April 7, 1992 and is one of the 227 active Chapters across the world. Through our 27 years on campus, we have had numerous stories of success and triumph allowing us to build everlasting bonds with our Brothers.
The opportunity to join Delta Sigma Pi has been such a blessing for myself. I never would have imagined if someone told me three years ago that I would have joined and served as the Fundraising Chair, Senior Vice President, and President of any organization, nonetheless a Professional Fraternity. I have experienced some of my greatest memories throughout my life since joining Delta Sigma Pi because there is always someone to talk to, ask for help, and to rely on. The choice I made to join one year ago has changed my life. I have been provided with friends for life, truly unique experiences, and lessons and skills that you can’t get anywhere else during your collegiate career.
Since you have made it this far and taken the time to check out our website, I challenge you to come out to a Delta Sigma Pi hosted event. Apply during recruitment. Talk to a Brother you see in letters on campus. Ask some of your Professors about our Fraternity, you might be surprised and find out your Professor is a Brother. Or you could look into our national’s website. Whatever you do, just think of the opportunity that a group of like-minded, ambitious individuals all working together for similar goals could have an impact on your collegiate career and continue on long after graduation.
President Joe Simms