The Epsilon Xi chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was founded at Ball State University in 1962. Our chapter currently resides in the Whitinger Business Building, which is home to the Miller College of Business. Our ever-expanding chapter has grown to nearly 80 members, not including the many members of the faculty and staff who are brothers of Delta Sigma Pi. If you are a business major and looking to get involved in an organization, Delta Sigma Pi may be the group for you. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
Our Executive Committee
As President, I serve as the chief executive officer, overall manager, and motivator for the chapter—keeping a big picture view and overseeing all other officers and members in their Fraternity roles and functions.
Senior Vice President
I am a junior HR major with a minor in Biology. As the Senior Vice President, I am responsible for recruiting new members and plan/schedule all the recruitment events. I assist and support the chapter President, and back him up when he is absent, but my main role is to oversee the recruitment process.
VP of Pledge Education
I oversee the preparation of pledges for their examinations and initiation. I am also in charge of submitting the Chapter's pledge program to the Central Office and ensure pledges and chapter members comply with the Delta Sigma Pi Risk Management and Conduct Policy.
VP of Finance
I am a junior Accounting and Business Analytics major with minors in Information Systems and Economics. My role is to create a budget for the chapter each semester, handle all the money for the chapter to ensure members pay their dues, and I file accurate receipts and expenditures.
Vice President of Chapter Operations
I am in charge of taking the minutes for chapter and executive meetings. I am also responsible for sending out the weekly bulletin of the Chapter's events as well as keeping track of chapter accreditation documents.
As Chancellor, my responsibilities include conducting chapter meetings, managing the preparation for ritual, and I enforce the observation of Delta Sigma Pi Bylaws, Policies, and Procedures.
VP of Professional Activities
I am a senior majoring in Finance and RiskManagement Insurance with a minor inFinancial Planning. As the VP of Professional Activities, my job includes overseeing the development and implementation of the chapter's professional program. I also coordinate professional activities for the chapter and I promote LEAD and other National Fraternity education programs.
VP of Community Service
I am a sophomore majoring Logistics and Supply Chain Management with minors in Six Sigma and Analytics. I am in charge of organizing and executing community service events, including large-scale initiatives and local involvement.
VP of Scholarships and Awards
I am a senior HR major. I am in charge of keeping track of the library hours that the Brothers accumulate as well as keeping track of any A's received on exams and quizzes by the Brothers. I am also in charge of applying for awards for the chapter through Delta Sigma Pi.
VP of Alumni Relations
I am a senior double majoring in Marketing and Logistics and Supply Chain Management with minors in Six Sigma and Scuba Diving. As theVP of Alumni Relations, My role includes both maintaining the chapter’s ties to Fraternity alumni, and also preparing chapter members to make the transition to active alumni members after graduation. I also put on faculty events for our Miller College of Business faculty and am responsible for the relations with our faculty initiates.
I am a Senior Marketing major with a minor in Fashion at Ball State University. My hobbies include anything Beyonce’, music, shopping, and going to the movies. For my position, I am in charge for creating and posting content for both the Facebook and Instagram as well as this website.
My job includes planning events thatt get the Brothers together often and in a more fraternal way. I also order the spirit wear for the chapter as well as create a scrapbook for the semseter.
I am a senior Accounting major with a minor in Spanish. For my position as
Fundraising Chair, I organize events to raise money for the Fraternity.
This includes things like Dine and Donates, Handout Fundraisers, and
more. I am also responsible for reaching out and securing local
I am a junior Business Administration major with a Communications minor. My role is to handle any conflicts that arise within the fraternity and ensure the Big/Little relationships are strong.