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A taste of what Delta Sigma Phi has to offer


Our Fraternity was founded at a time when Christians and Jews were not socially accepted in the same Fraternity. Charles A. Tonsor Jr. and Meyer Boskey got together and changed this norm in 1899. They would be proud of our chapter, the Eta Kappa Chapter, where no matter what religion (or no religion at all), you are accepted. 


Since we are a social fraternity, we have members from all kinds of majors. The fraternity encourages its members to work together and make it successfully through college. The chapter holds periodic study sessions and its alum


The fraternity holds many social gatherings, formal and informal. Please take a look at the calendar to view rush events and other social activities.

Make the most of your time at UM-Dearborn and join Delta Sigma Phi! Contact Don Crawford (734-474-1943) or Nauni Sidhu (734-747-3287) to learn more and rush Delta Sigma Phi.

The Fraternity's official philanthropy is the American Red Cross. Brothers across the nation donate blood and setup blood drives through our Blood, Sweat, and Cash initiative.

Better Men. Better Lives.

Delta Sigma Phi is a national, not-for-profit Fraternity that's helped young men become better for more than a century. Our great Fraternity helps and encourages our members to become better students, better leaders, better citizens, better professionals... better men.

Men of Courage

The Better Man is a values-based leader, striving to meet the challenges of modern civilization through innovative solutions with a purpose founded in our core values of Culture, Harmony and Friendship.

Men of Action

The Better Man is committed to improving the human condition with principle and sincerity.

Men of Excellence

The Better Man strives for excellence in all areas of his life.  He is recognized for his constant self-development and pursuit of total perfection (individually and collectively).