Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1907 at New York University: School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance by Harold Valentine Jacobs, Alexander Frank Makay, Alfred Moysello and Henry Albert Tienken. Today, coast to coast, more than 250 chapters and over 210,000 members support the goals and ideals of the Fraternity.

For more than 95 years, Delta Sigma Pi has encouraged, supported, and shaped the professional goals and personal aspirations of thousands of members. It is quite simply the foremost professional fraternity for men and women pursuing business careers.

Membership milestones were passed in late 1991 with the initiation of the 150,000th member, in 1997 with number 175,000 and in 2003 with number 200,000. In 2010, after Celebrating our Centennial in November 2007, there are now over 230,000 members, with 200 of 270 installed chapters active on college campuses, 29 regions and five provinces. Over 60 alumni chapters across the country function at some level of social and professional interaction. It is undeniable that Delta Sigma Pi and its members have enjoyed great success.


Kappa Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was founded in April of 1981 at the Longwood University College of Business and Economics. Today, the chapter serves the school in many aspects from professional development to charity drives for non-profits. In the 30+ years since Kappa Nu’s founding at Longwood it has initiated over 600 collegiate members and faculty initiates.