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  • What is DSP?
    Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional business fraternity. Members at the University of Minnesota are members of the Alpha Epsilon chapter. We are a fun, adventurous, hard-working group of business students focused on fostering brotherhood, professionalism, community service, and leadership.
  • What are the accepted majors/minors for Delta Sigma Pi?
    All business and economic-related majors or minors are accepted by the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi. If you are unsure of whether or not you major/minor qualifies, just ask!
  • What do I I have to do if I wanna go through recruitment?
    Come to our recruitment events! DSP recruits twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring-- look for our posters around The Carlson School of Management and visit the Recruitment Page on our site to learn more about our events! After attending our events fill out our application which is due Friday, September 16th at 11:59 pm during the second week of recruitment.
  • How does the recruitment process work?
    Our recruitment process consists of multiple events throughout 2 weeks of recruitment during the fall and spring semesters. We encourage all to attend our campus-wide recruitment events to see if you are a good fit within our community! At the end of the week, you may receive further information about attending future events and the interview process. We highly encourage anyone interested in DSP to take part in our recruitment week!
  • How much time does recruitment take?
    Recruitment takes up as much time as you allow. Members of DSP would love to see you at as many of our recruitment events as possible. The more opportunities we have to get to know you, and the more opportunities you have to get to know us, the better!
  • How has Delta Sigma Pi - Alpha Epsilon adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic?
    Our chapter takes the health and safety of our brothers and community members seriously. Since Fall 2021, our fraternity has returned to in-person meetings and events, complying with the University of Minnesota and CDC guidelines.
  • What is the difference between DSP and AKPsi?
    Come to our Delta Sigma Pi & Alpha Kappa Psi Information Session, taking place early during recruitment week, to learn more about the differences between our chapters!
  • Is joining DSP a financial commitment?
    Members are required to pay an affordable fee every semester. This fee covers and supports the many events the Chapter hosts that members will benefit from.
  • Do you have a house?
    No, DSP does not have a house. We utilize space on campus for all of our events.
  • How many people can pledge each semester? (Is there a limited number of spots available to join DSP?)
    We do not have a limited number of spots. Our goal is to recruit people who we believe would fit our community well.
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