Delta Sigma Pi


Delta Sigma Pi is America's Foremost Professional Co-Ed Business Fraternity. The fraternity was founded at New York University in 1907 to strengthen and supplement the study of business in universities. Over time Delta Sigma Pi has established itself as one of the leading professional organizations for university students.

On April 11, 1963 the Epsilon Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was established here, at the University of Dayton. Since it's founding in 1963, the Epsilon Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has helped nearly 1,500 collegiate members on their journey to becoming successful and influential young professionals. 

The purpose of Delta Sigma Pi is to provide students with the resources necessary to be successful, well rounded individuals. To achieve this goal, the organization focuses on three tiers, professional, community service, and brotherhood. 


Enhance your college experience

Through Delta Sigma Pi you will have the opportunity to be surrounded by individuals who have similar goals and interests as you do. We expect that each of our brothers will reach the highest levels of academic success and campus leadership. We achieve this goal by tirelessly supporting one another in all endeavors. 

“Joining Delta Sigma Pi is the best decision I have made at UD. I have gained valuable professional and business skills while also making some of my best friends here on campus. DSP is an amazing business fraternity with so much to offer.”

Chris Balcerek, Class of 2021



Grow your professional Network 

The connections that you make as a DeltaSig during your collegiate career will stick with you long after you graduate. As a DSP you have access to an alumni network of over 1,000 graduates working in different fields, all across the globe. 

“Joining Delta Sigma Pi is a great way to not only grow your professional skills, but also meet like minded people you can count on. Thanks to DeltaSig, I have built a strong professional network while making genuine friendships that will last a lifetime.”

Erin Cavrak, Class of 2021