Chapter Background

The Gamma Kappa Chapter was established on October 23rd, 1949.

In spring of 1995, a brother by the name of Jay D. Farner considered joining an organization.  His father, David Farner, encouraged him to reactivate the Gamma Kappa Chapter.

Since 1995, the Gamma Kappa chapter has received multiple awards

However, the chapter became inactive in 1979.

On May 12th 1995, the Gamma Kappa chapter became active with Jay Farner being president.

Professional Events

The fraternity’s foremost purpose is to foster the study of business within our members. We do this by not only connecting members with companies and their recruiters, but also by putting time and effort into the professional development of each member.


As a member of Delta Sigma Pi, you will have no shortage of opportunities to grow personally and professionally. Our annual trips to Chicago, and Detroit (and recently Boston), place members face to face with companies and business schools in which many brothers have gone on to intern for or attend graduate school at. Simply put, Delta Sigma Pi has a vast network ranging from Fortune 500 to small market companies, and everything in-between. When you join the fraternity, that network becomes yours.

                  -Sean Brady & Jack Budde, VP of Professional Events

Community Service

The Gamma Kappa chapter here at Delta Sigma Pi takes a serious pride in the role of community service. In the 2019 school year, we were able to carry out numerous service events for organizations around the Greater Lansing Area. An event that we look forward to taking part in every year includes the Helping Hands program at The Ronald McDonald House in Lansing. During this event, we are able to work together in a hands-on environment, to help clean and organize homes that support parents with ill children in the local hospital. Looking into the new year, Delta Sigma Pi is excited to continuously help those at the Ronald McDonald House. In 2020, we are excited to collaborate with other organizations including The Salvation Army, The Greater Lansing Food Bank, and others in order to help aid those within our community and those surrounding. 


-Brooke Wood, VP of Community Service 


Social Events

“Work Hard, Play Hard”… a quote that perfectly captures the experience that Delta Sigma Pi offers its brothers. While we are a top professional business fraternity on campus that benefits our brothers immensely in the business world, DSP also offers the opportunity to attend amazing social events to give you the college experience that you always wanted. These events allow our brothers to unwind from their busy schedules and create friendships that will last a lifetime. Many of our events are well loved by brothers and repeated every year, while others are hot off the press every semester to keep DSP a fun and exciting place to be.  


Favorite Events include Ski Weekend, Hayride, Formal, Semi-Formal, Pledge Initiation, and IM Sports. 

-Paige Scheer, VP of Social Events

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