ALPHA SIGMA PHI (Α Σ Φ)
DELTA PI CHAPTER
FOUNDED: 1845, YALE UNIVERSITY
ORIGINALLY CHARTERED AT DELAWARE: DECEMBER 14, 1991
CHARTERED AT DELAWARE: 2013
COLORS: CARDINAL & STONE
PHILANTHROPHY: THE ANDREW MCDONOUGH B+ FOUNDATION, RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES, HOMES FOR OUR TROOPS, HUMANE SOCIETY, RAINN, BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF AMERICA
NATIONAL WEBSITE: www.alphasigmaphi.org
LOCAL WEBSITE: facebook.com/AlphaSigUD
The Delta Pi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi is back at Delaware and stronger than ever. With 67 active brothers as of Fall 2014, the next chapter of Delta Pi is being written as we speak.
Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University on December 6, 1845 and is America's 10th oldest collegiate Fraternity. We are the organization of choice for men founded on the values of Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor and Patriotism. There are currently more than 5,000 undergraduate members and 70,000 living alumni. Alpha Sigma Phi is a leader in the fraternal landscape with a values-based approach to philanthropy, FREE award-winning national leadership programming, and a unique global immersion trip to El Salvador.
With a strong academic focus, a desire to contribute back to our local community, and a great social brotherhood, we strive to give our men a positive, balanced college experience. Feel free to contact current chapter president, Jordan Naft, with any questions regarding chapter activities at JSNaft@udel.edu.
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