Our chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was established at Georgia Tech on January 10, 1920, and as the years went on, we became the first IFC chapter on campus to become racially integrated. Even today, our diversity allows each of our 70 gentlemen to grow much more than they otherwise would. We stand proud of our achievements: doing 830 hours of community service last year, being involved in more than 100 campus organizations, and truly coming together as a family. Among our men are 4 SGA Reps, 2 IFC Execs, 9 Tour Guides, and Presidents of 5 campus organizations. We reward our brothers for their hard work with tailgating and cheering together for football games, holding the annual Carnation Ball formal, taking retreats to go camping, skiing, fishing, and golfing, and mixing with sororities at social and philanthropic events. Our signature event, Shipwreck, is a band party that attracts hundreds of students 3 days a year. This Rush, we’re looking for men with quality character, regardless of race, creed, or religion. We’re looking for the future campus leaders to join our ranks. We invite you to join us during rush to experience for yourself the strength of our brotherhood.