Delta Sigma Pi
Gamma Kappa Chapter
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.
Delta Sigma Pi strives to cultivate professionally driven students with the experience and qualifications necessary to impact their desired field of work. We equip our members with the resources, relevant exposure, and values to find success in the workforce.
Our role as Vice Presidents of Professional Events in the Gamma Kappa chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is to organize opportunities to further the professional standard we hold.
By offering networking opportunities, company presentations, business-focused trips, and professional image workshops, we give rise to excellently seasoned students of commerce.
- Andrew Jankowski & Ben Housy, VP’s of Professional Events
The Gamma Kappa chapter here at Delta Sigma Pi takes great pride in the role of community service. With community service being one of our four foundational pillars, the Gamma Kappa chapter of Delta Sigma Pi actively strives to give back to the underprivileged all around the fraternity, whether within the East Lansing community, or around the nation. The act of volunteering gives a specific perspective and fulfillment in life that cannot be achieved elsewhere. True acts of community service are done altruistically and with the benefit of others in mind. It is important for our brothers to have experiences with community service while in the fraternity so that volunteering remains important through the rest of their adult lives. Our brothers participate in a wide range of community service events in their time as active members, this past semester we have worked with the Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Michigan, Helping Women Period, the Stronger Warrior Foundation, the American Red Cross, the Greater Lansing Food Bank, and many more organizations to aide in assisting the community in any way possible.
- Caroline Bueche, VP of Community Service
Along with an emphasis on professional development, the brothers of Delta Sigma Pi consistently work towards building strong relationships with each other through a multitude of social events. Brothers within the fraternity are someone you can turn to on a Monday morning to study, but also on a Friday night to have a good time. Experiencing a weekend together up north or dressing up for a night on a riverboat helps any brother find fun after a long week of school. Even throughout the week you can find brothers in your classes or playing in one of our many IM sports teams, making the day-to-day college life everything you can imagine. In attending such a big school so many of us have found our group of friends within DSP that makes Michigan State feel like home.
Favorite Events Include: Ski Weekend, Hayride, Semi-formal, Formal, Pledge Initiation and Big/Little Reveal
-Claire Cowman & Molly Watza, VP of Social Events