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Delta Sigma Pi

As the foremost professional fraternity for men and women, Delta Sigma Pi encourages professional development, giving back to the community, and a strong brotherhood. Delta Sigma Pi develops successful business leaders for the future by providing a lifetime of opportunities and friendships to its members. Our fraternity is nationally recognized as a top leadership development organization with alumni serving or previously served in corporate leadership roles such as the CEO of Continental Airlines and the CEO of the Proctor and Gamble Company. In addition to creating successful professionals, our members excel at Purdue University; Delta Sigma Pi’s members are consistently some of the top students academically in Krannert, as well as hold leadership positions across campus in organizations such as Old Masters, Boiler Gold Rush, various Krannert organizations, and the Krannert Executive Forum. Being involved in Delta Sigma Pi ensures our members are prepared professionally, academically, and socially for the work force through the connections made and experiences had in their time at the Krannert School of Management.

Contact Information:

Student President: Marissa Krueger –

Student Senior Vice President: Rebecca Wells – 

  • Krannert Culture Fest

    Delta Sigma Pi Culture Fest is a free, campus-wide event held each year for the past 6 years on the Memorial Mall, where we celebrate the cultural diversity at Purdue University. Students are invited to visit a multitude of different booths, learn about their culture, complete a fun activity that represents their culture, and get their “passport” stamped. Once they have filled their “passport”, they will be able to go through the buffet of ethnic food provided by restaurants from the West Lafayette - Lafayette area. There will also be inflatables and performances from Purdue cultural organizations throughout the day for everyone to enjoy. Our mission is to bring students together, celebrate the unique qualities of the diverse students at Purdue, and encourage learning more about the different cultures that students interact with on a daily basis in the Krannert School of Management and at Purdue University.

    Date: April 2019

    Location: Purdue Memorial Mall

    Invitees: 200-500 undergraduate students and Krannert School of Management students, faculty, and staff.

    Financial Support: $500 - $2,000

    Support Deadline: March 2018

    Recognition and Branding:

    • Global - $2,000+
      • Five (5) social media posts announcing company’s partnership with Culture Fest or other agreed upon content
      • Opportunity to have a speaker or special event during Culture Fest during expected time of peak attendance
      • Three (3) company representatives
      • All National and International Level benefits
    • International - $1,000+
      • Opportunity to host a booth at Culture Fest
      • Two (2) company representatives
      • All National Level benefits
    • National - $500+
      • Company logo on website, Culture Fest Shirts, all print materials, and the chapter website.