ELIGIBILITY & FAQ's
IS DELTA SIGMA PI A BUSINESS-ONLY FRATERNITY?
Although we do value every characteristic that embodies a company, we have refined ourselves to accept only applicants who are pursuing a business-related major.
APPLICANTS MUST FULFILL ALL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be a current student in a qualified program at Pepperdine University:
Integrated Marketing Communications
International Studies - Economics Emphasis
International Studies - Management Specification
Masters of Public Policy
**May not be a member of any local, national or international professional commerce and business administration fraternity or sorority in competition with this Fraternity. Other professional fraternities and sororities embracing such branches of collegiate learning as architecture, chemistry, dentistry, education, engineering, journalism, law, medicine, and pharmacy, or honorary scholarship fraternities or sororities embracing any branch of collegiate learning, or general fraternities or sororities, shall not be held to be in direct competition with this Fraternity. Conflicting national organizations include Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Gamma Nu and Phi Chi Theta.
WHAT IS RECRUITMENT?
The process used by Delta Sigma Pi to promote membership and invite business students to scheduled meetings and activities so they may be considered for an invitation to membership.
WHAT IS A BID?
An invitation given to a prospective member inviting them to join the fraternity via a pledge education process.
ARE ALL RECRUITMENT EVENTS REQUIRED?
We understand students have busy schedules; however, it is highly encouraged for potential new members to attend all recruitment events. Although they are not mandatory, recruitment events provide students with the opportunity to meet active brothers and leave a lasting impression. Please note that the last recruitment event (interviews) is invite-only.
IF I DON’T GET A BID, CAN I GO THROUGH RECRUIT AGAIN?
Yes, and we encourage it! You may be considered for a bid up to three times. We have plenty of brothers who were not offered a bid during their first recruitment. Sometimes individuals learn from the process and are able to better prepare for the next round of recruitment.