In 1899, at the City College of New York, a small group of men decided to try something different. Delta Sigma Phi was the first of its kind, a fraternity open to men of all races, religions and creeds, as long as they were men of high character. We have challenged our members to be The Better Man ever since.
Today, we are on a mission to become America’s Leading Fraternity by setting a standard of excellence for a truly lifelong membership. Part of that plan is to continue to grow our movement to find better men across the nation. Like our Founders, men at these campuses will answer the call to build something different in their communities.
Here are just a few of the latest schools to welcome Delta Sigma Phi:
- Texas Wesleyan University
- Lander University
- The University of Texas at Tyler
- Colorado Mesa University
- University of Iowa
- University of Florida (currently underway)
- Chapman University (Spring 2018)
Men interested in joining Delta Sigma Phi can also fill our our Member Interest Form.
If you are an alumnus living near any of our future developments, we are looking for dedicated volunteers to help with our efforts and to serve the chapter. Those interested in volunteering can fill our our Volunteer Interest Form. If you have a friend or family member enrolling in a school that does not currently have a Delta Sigma Phi chapter, let us know via email at email@example.com.