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A Letter From Our President:


If you are interested in joining Delta Sigma Pi, I encourage you to reach out and take that jump.

You never know what you can accomplish until you give it your all, and don’t worry, your

brothers will be there every step of the way. Together, we will accomplish great things.


On behalf of the Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, we hope you will consider joining

our brotherhood.

Delta Sigma Pi,

Alden Smith

Alden Smith, President 

A Letter From Our Senior Vice President:


The brothers of Delta Sigma Pi embody the values and culture of the three pillars: service, brotherhood, and scholarship. Delta Sigma Pi is built to provide opportunities and tools to help individuals move toward their career goals. Through professional events, brothers get to interact with companies and individuals to further their knowledge and network. Service events are designed to provide opportunities to give back to our community and help others. Delta Sigma Pi provides a space for anyone to further their professional and personal goals.
At first, I had no desire joining a Greek organization. I did not think I would find a place within Greek life, but after meeting some brothers from Delta Sigma Pi, my mind was changed. I was presented with kindness and compassion. I met brothers from all different walks of life with all different career goals. The brothers of Delta Sigma Pi inspired me to dream and supported me through the dreams. Even after graduating from RIT, I knew these relationships were going to last through time. I found a place in Delta Sigma Pi when I never thought I would. The community is loving, supportive, and has led me towards being more confident in achieving my goals.
I have loved my time within Delta Sigma Pi and I am so excited to see how the next few years go. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I wish you all the best.

Aisha Faiq

Aisha Faiq, Senior Vice President

Delta Sigma Pi is more than a fraternity - it’s a family. I joined the Epsilon Lambda chapter during my first year as a student at RIT, hoping to grow as a professional and to give back to my new community, but I have gained so much more than that. 

Through mentors that have taught me what it truly means to be an aspiring professional, brother, and friend, to the incredible brothers who I have had the absolute privilege and joy to serve as a mentor to myself. I am so incredibly grateful to have had the opportunity to play a part in forging these life-long bonds.  Alongside my brothers, I work every day to live up to the pillars of Service, Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Professionalism, which bring us together and unite us toward a common purpose. In both good times and bad, brothers support one another and encourage those around them to put their best foot forward.

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