Applications for our Fall 2017
Recruitment cycle are open!

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R E Q U I R E M E N T S:

  • Must be a full-time student at UCSB
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 2.85
  • Must have at least 3 remaining quarters left at UCSB
  • Have the intention of declaring or be enrolled in one of the following studies:

College of Letters and Science:         College of Engineering:
• Economics                                            • Computer Science -           
• Economics & Accounting                      (Computational Economics
• Financial Mathematics & Statistics      Emphasis)
• Actuarial Science                                 • 5 Year Combined Bachelor
                                                                  of Science in Engineering &
                                                                  Master of Arts in Economics                                                 
                          

R E C R U I T M E N T   A P P L I C A T I O N:

Fall 2017 Applications can be downloaded HERE

If you are interested in becoming a Brother of America's top co-ed business fraternity, it is crucial that you attend the recruitment events during the week of October 8th. The recruitment events are here for us to meet you, for you to learn more about our organization, and what being a brother of Delta Sigma Pi can do for you.

*Please note* For your application to be considered, you must complete a bid interview at the end of Recruitment Week.


F A L L    2 0 1 7    R E C R U I T M E N T    W E E K
WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND OUR RECRUITMENT WEEK EVENTS THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 8th - 14th!

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F R E Q U E N T L Y     A S K E D    Q U E S T I O N S

  1. WHAT IS DELTA SIGMA PI?
    Delta Sigma Pi is a professional co-ed business fraternity offered at the University of California, Santa Barbara. We are open to Economics, Accounting, and Business-orientated students. Our fraternity focuses on business acumen, professional development, and lifelong brotherhood.
     
  2. WHAT IS A PROFESSIONAL CO-ED FRATERNITY?
    Co-ed fraternities are organizations promoting the interests of a certain academic profession and differ from social fraternities and sororities. Co-ed fraternities cater to both men and women.
     
  3. WHAT MAJORS ARE ELIGIBLE TO JOIN DELTA SIGMI PI?
    At UC Santa Barbara, we accept students declared or have the intent of declaring one of the following majors: Economics, Economics and Accounting, Financial Mathematics and Statistics, Actuarial Science, Computer Science (Computational Economics Emphasis), or a five year combined Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a Master of Arts in Economics. However, we do accept students of other majors based on certain exceptions. 
     
  4. WHAT IS RECRUITMENT WEEK?
    Recruitment is a week-long series of events, where our chapter is able to meet, network, and recruit potential members interested in joining our fraternity. During this week, potential members can learn more about what Delta Sigma Pi is, what the fraternity has to offer, and get to know all the active brothers. UCSB holds recruitment at the beginning of Fall Quarter and beginning of Winter Quarter.
     
  5. WHAT IS A BID?
    A bid is a formal invitation to participate in a 8-week pledging program to join the fraternity and become an active member.
     
  6. CAN I STILL JOIN DELTA SIGMI PI IF I AM A MEMBER OF ANOTHER FRATERNITY/SORORITY?
    You can be a member of both a social fraternity and sorority as well as a professional fraternity. However, to be eligible to join Delta Sigma Pi, you cannot be a member of another organization under the Professional Fraternity Council.
     
  7. WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT?
    The time commitment in joining Delta Sigma Pi can be taken in comparison to a 4-unit university course. However, the time commitment varies, depending on how much effort one showcases during the pledging program.
     
  8. CAN I RECRUIT AGAIN IF I DID NOT GET A BID INVITATION TO PLEDGE?
    Yes! You can recruit again to showcase your personal and professional development and improvement. However, you cannot join Delta Sigma Pi if you are associated with another professional fraternity, excluding a social fraternity and sorority.