Delta Sigma Pi Epsilon Chapter

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Letter from the President

As President, I welcome you to the homepage of the Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi here at the University of Iowa!

Thank you for taking the time to check out our page. Whether you are a student looking to get involved, an alumnus wanting to reconnect, or a business professional looking for promising new talent, you have come to the right place.

Our Fraternity was built on the basis of three pillars: professionalism, community service, and brotherhood. Each Brother strives to grow professionally, assist our community, and build lifelong bonds with other Brothers of Delta Sigma Pi.

Professionalism: As students of commerce, the brothers of Delta Sigma Pi do all we can to further ourselves professionally. Whether it is speakers from companies or the faculty within the Tippie College of Business, we love to hear from real world professionals. We also take a professional trip each semester to cities such as Minneapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, and this semester, Chicago, to meet with companies from all business tracks to make connections and learn more about our areas of interest. We also love meeting alumni that have since moved to these cities!

Community Service: Community Service is a big part of what we do as a Fraternity. Our Vice President of Community Service, Amy Dew, and her committee have planned almost weekly events for the brothers to participate in. From the Ronald McDonald House to Adopt-A-Highway, brothers love to give back. Our focused community service event for the fall semester is raising money and helping to put together care packages for deployed soldiers as well as working with our veterans.

Brotherhood: Last, but not least, is the brotherhood aspect of DSP. Ask any brother and they will tell you some of their best friends and roommates are at our meetings every Wednesday night. Brothers live together, take classes together, study together, and even work together. The brotherhood events our Historian Max Kozak and his committee put on help us to bond and grow not only as professionals, but also as friends. Events like ski trips, wing nights after meetings, and our semi-formal help us to create memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.

This academic year is a very special one for the Epsilon chapter: it is our 95th anniversary here on campus! In honor of such an achievement we will be holding events throughout the year, starting with homecoming weekend, October 10-11. There will be a homecoming parade watch party Friday night as well as a tailgate Saturday morning before the Hawkeyes take on the Indiana Hoosiers. All alumni and their families are welcome! If you are interested in attending or simply learning more about our alumni program, feel free to contact our Vice President of Alumni Relations, April Fox (

Thank you for your interest in our great organization. If you have any questions please feel free to contact any members of our executive board or myself and we will be more than happy to help!



Lauren Bannon

President, Epsilon Chapter

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