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’s foremost purpose for its members is to foster the study of business. This is done by giving our members countless opportunities to connect with company recruiters, enhance their personal and professional skills and appearances, as well as develop lifelong friendships.
While being a brother of Delta Sigma Pi, you will be given several opportunities to grow professionally through workshops, company visits, semester trips, as well as through our brother mentoring program.
When you decide to join the fraternity, you will be handed all of the resources and connections you’d possibly need to prepare yourself to make a serious contribution to whichever career path you may follow post-graduation.
- Ian Gozdor & Stuart MacDonald, VP’s of Professional Events
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
The brothers of Delta Sigma Pi are able to balance work and play perfectly to achieve the college experience they’ve always dreamed of. We pride ourselves not only on our professional achievements, but also our ability to establish life-long relationships amongst brothers through our social events. A number of these social events have turned into yearly traditions that brothers continually look forward to, while new events are added each year. Each social event gives our brothers the chance to unwind with friends after a long and focused school week. The wide variety of events we host ensure that there will be an event for every brother!
Favorite Events Include: Ski Weekend, Hayride, Semi-formal, Formal, Pledge Initiation and Big/Little Reveal
-Fiona Brueckman & Jamie Shubitowski, VP of Social Events