In 1907, four business majors at New York University saw an opportunity to impact the lives of their fellow students. At the time, the best business school organization on campus was not open to many students, and these four enterprising undergraduates determined to start an inclusive fraternity for business majors—an organization that became Delta Sigma Pi.
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
VALUES AND MISSION
Deltasig provides opportunities to strengthen leadership skills.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
Our commitment to diversity makes us better business leaders.
SERVICE & PHILANTHROPY
We strengthen our communities by giving time, talent and treasure.
SOCIAL & PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING
Add value to your personal and professional life.
FACTS ABOUT ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER
Our Chapter was legally incorporated on December 14th, 1952.
Delta Gamma Nu was the name of our chapter nationalizing with Delta Sigma Pi.
Women were first admitted into our national Brotherhood in 1975. Marilyn W. Shower was the first female to be initiated into the Alpha Kappa Chapter on December 4th, 1976.
Brother Francis H. Striker, AK79, has been credited with creating “The Lone Ranger”.
Two Alpha Kappa’s have served the Fraternity by occupying the highest elected office - Brother Franklin Albert Tobber, AK121 (1961) and
Brother Richard John Parnitzke, AK568 (1983).
The City of Buffalo officially named November 7th, 2000 Alpha Kappa Chapter/Delta Sigma Pi Day with the provision of Brother Ray Matthew, AK1394.