Fall 2020


Have you considered rushing a business fraternity? Well you should. It might just change your college career for the better.

Fall 2020 Rush!

Frequently asked questions

What is Delta Sigma Pi?

DSP is a co-ed business fraternity with all the fun of a social fraternity, but we also focus on furthering ourselves professionally.

What are some things that DSP does?

We host professional, fundraising, and brother bonding events. Professional events include networking events, resume workshops, as well as guest speakers. We run a Golf Outing, "Hopes for Hope" basketball tournament, and 5k Run/Walk annually as fundraisers and philanthropy events. We also focus on brother bonding. As brothers, we participate in community service together as well as attend national conferences like LEAD and Grand Chapter Congress.

What are the requirements to rush DSP?

- Must have a 3.00 Minimum GPA - Must be a freshman, sophomore, or first semester junior - Must be a business or economics major - Must attend one recruitment session as well as other rush events

What is the rush process like?

If you decided to rush DSP, you will sign up for an interview time. You will be interviewed by some of our brothers and then the chapter will decide whether or not to invite you into our pledging process.

What is the interview like?

The interview is a professional interview, so treat it like you would a job interview, so please come dressed in business professional. If you do not have business professional, please still come dressed nice, but let Malcolm Odum know that you do not have business professional. For the interview you will prepare a resume (please bring at least 4 copies), as well as a short PowerPoint about yourself (please bring your laptop). During the interview you will present your PowerPoint and the brothers will ask you some questions to get to know you better. The interview should last about 20 minutes.

If I am invited to pledge DSP, what is the time committment?

If you do receive an invitation to pledge DSP, plan on attending weekly meetings for most of the semester. Many brothers say, treat it like a sixth class.

Haub School of Business

Saint Joseph's University

5600 City Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19131