Join Us and Expand Your Horizons.
The unbreakable bonds of brotherhood have provided a platform to gain practical business experience, a vast professional network, and a peer support system. We expect our recruits to be brotherly, professional, committed to service, and sociable.
Brotherhood is extremely important to us, as it is what connects us and empowers our Fraternity as a whole. Commitment to the brotherhood includes going above and beyond to connect to brothers both as a friend and as a professional. Brothers should conduct themselves in professional manner and always show respect to those around them.
Brothers should be aware that they must actively take part in the Fraternity’s charitable efforts. Brothers have the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of organized community service oriented events that range from planting trees, to helping sheltered dogs find a home.
Lastly, brothers should be social. Delta Sigma Pi is about forming connections with brothers, forging new friendship, and creating new memories. Brothers should be willing to make new friends.
Requirements & Dates
In order to be eligible, applications must fulfill all of the following requirements:
- Must attend four recruitment events including one information session (refer to the calendar on the right for details)
- Must be a full-time student at GWU
- Must be enrolled in the School of Business or majoring in Economics
- Must be in good academic standing
- Must have a GPA above 3.0
- Must not have submitted an application more than twice
- Must apply to only one professional business fraternity
How long does the recruitment process take?
We host multiple events for us to get to know each other, called rush events, spread over 2.5 weeks. If admitted into the pledge class, you will be engaged in a 10-week recruitment process.
What happens if I can't make it to one of the recruitment events?
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Provide us an explanation behind your absence, and we will try to make appropriate accommodations.
How can I be a successful recruit?
We are a diverse and vibrant community and we therefore look for those who demonstrate excitement and curiosity about our Fraternity. We strongly encourage you to get to know the current brothers during our recruitment events, whether it's asking about their experiences as a brother, a student at GW or an intern. We also want to get to know you, so don't hesitate to tell us about you!
What time commitment should I expect as a pledge?
Based on brother testimonies, the time commitment for pledging is similar to the time put into a 2-credit course.
What are the expectations as a pledge?
Pledges must be responsible, respectful and willing to learn!
How many recruits do we accept in our pledge classes?
We do not have a cap for the number of recruits we take per semester. However, we receive a large number of highly qualified applicants, thus we only take the best.
I have a question that is not listed above, who should I contact?
Email us at email@example.com and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.