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Delta Sigma Phi—Kansas State University Spring 2012 Recruitment Guide Since 1899, the men of Delta Sigma Phi have been committed to our mission of building better men and better lives. You can find Delta Sigs excelling in the classroom, cheering on the ‘Cats from the front row, and leading a variety of student organizations across campus. If you’re interested in a college experience that is anything but typical, consider joining Delta Sigma Phi. To learn more, fill out the interest form on the recruitment page at our website, www.deltasigonline.com. Don’t hesitate to contact our recruitment chairmen, or stop by our historic chapter house—we’d love to show you around.

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Across campus, Delta Sigs can be seen making an impact in a wide variety of clubs and organizations. Our members take leadership roles in club sports, music and theatre, as campus tour guides, and much more. Delta Sig offers a perfect environment for leadership growth, with a variety of leadership roles available through the chapter, as well as extensive networking opportunities across campus.

Scholarship The men of Delta Sigma Phi are committed to academic growth. Study groups, textbook exchanges, and in-house tutoring are a few of the tools we use to help each member succeed. Our Study Room provides an excellent study atmosphere 24/7. Delta Sigs are in a wide variety of majors, and last semester, the chapter’s average GPA was 3.1, ranking in the top third of all fraternities on campus.


Service

Current Members with Dr. Pat Bosco, ΔΣΦ Alumni

Better Men. Better Lives. Over the past year, the men of Delta Sigma Phi have worked towards our mission of Better Men, Better Lives in a variety of ways. Here’s a look at some of the highlights from the past 12 months: 

Unmatched involvement in a variety of campus organizations, including the current Student Body President and multiple members elected to campus honoraries, including Blue Key, Mortar Board, and Quest

Strong academic achievement, including a 3.1 Chapter GPA (Spring 2011)

Over 3,000 total hours spent serving our community

Strong showings on the intramural fields and courts, with another Top Ten finish in overall fraternity points

The addition of Mom Moss, our awesome housemother!

Get Connected! Delta Sigma Phi— Alpha Upsilon Chapter

The 90+ members of Delta Sigma Phi give back to K-State and the Manhattan community in a variety of ways. Each fall, Delta Sig hosts MoMorial, a benefit concert held in memory of Brother Mo Meyer. Our chapter works with the American Red Cross to coordinate an oncampus blood drive each fall and spring semester. Over the past year, K-State Delta Sigs contributed over 3,000 hours of service to the community, through organizations such as K-State Proud, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and more.

Brotherhood Ask any Delta Sig to describe his experience in the fraternity, and one word is sure to come up—fun. College is all about balance, and after class, Delta Sigs unwind through intramural sports, date parties, and sorority functions. The friendships and memories made during your Delta Sig experience will last a lifetime. Our fraternity also takes pride in the diversity of our chapter. The men of Delta Sig come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and this unique mix presents the perfect opportunity for personal growth. Delta Sig is all about building better men through lifelong friendships.

Contact our Recruitment Chairmen! Brett Seidl

Pierce Stephens

@KSUDeltaSig

Sophomore Major: Public Relations Minors:

Sophomore Major: Kinesiology Minor:

deltasigonline.com

Business, Leadership Studies

Business

Hometown: Valley Center, KS

Hometown: Manhattan, KS

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 1100 Fremont Manhattan, KS 66502

(316) 303-6841 bseidl@ksu.edu

(785) 410-8316 pstep@ksu.edu


Delta Sig Spring 2012 Recruitment Guide