Each brother in Delta Sigma Phi holds great pride in their individual academics. As a fraternity we hold academics at a high level. We provide study hours each week that are mandatory for our new members as well as open for brothers to attend. Â Each new member and brother is required to meet the 2.5 GPA standard that we set as a chapter. If a brother fails to meet this standard, he is put on the scholarship program in which the scholarship chair can guide those particular brothers to better academic success. Brothers or new members that struggle are matched up with brothers that can help in those particular subjects. Â The scholarship chair provides guidance in areas of professional development in areas of resume help and interviewing tips to encourage brother to get rewarding jobs and/or internships in the future.
Delta Sigma Phi has consistently been over the all male average GPA of Virginia Tech and part of the top 5 ranking of fraternities and their overall GPAâs. Â We are very happy where we are moving in terms of academic success as a fraternity and are always working to challenge each other to a new level of success professionally and academically! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Scholarship chair.
The following are accomplishments from the Spring of 2012.
The Kappa Delta Chapter continued its academic success, once again beating the all campus and all male averages as a whole. Seventy two percent of our brotherhood achieved a 3.0 or above and nearly 40% achieved above a 3.4. Almost all chapter officers were among this number, and a high amount of new members also earned outstanding marks.
Congratulations to the following brothers making Deans List (>3.4) in Spring 2012
Adam Van Dyke