Welcome to the official website for the Beta Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi! Our chapter was founded at Southern Methodist University in 1948. Since then, we have become one of the largest Delta Sigma Pi chapters in the nation. We take great pride in our letters and what it means to be a Deltasig. Located in the heart of Dallas, our brotherhood learns from successful men and women about how to prosper after college in the business world. We have gained more business connections and life-long friendships within our active community of members than any other chapter. Our members have not only benefited in a fruitful amount of connections with Deltasig alumni, but also with alumni across the nation. As a chapter, we frequently host professional speakers, community service events, fundraisers, and brotherhood social events.
        Our brothers develop skills for the business world after graduation. Reviewing resumes, creating Linkedin accounts, mock interviews, and finding internships are a glimpse to our professional advancements. Many of our members have graduated with jobs at top firms such as KPMG and JP Morgan. We are a brotherhood that values and supports one another in both a professional and social setting. If you are interested in becoming a brother, creating life-long friendships, and developing the necessary skills for modern day business, checkout our instagram (@smu.dsp) to hear about opportunities to apply!


     The Beta Phi chapter was founded March 20, 1948 by 33 men. The founders include, Harmon L. Watkins, James L Hussey, Norman R. Haertig, Robert S Moore, Russell E Hankins, Henry G Hall, Jr, James F Anderson, Glenn W. Harding, Charles F. Caruth III, Thomas R. Worthy, Jr., Robert C Thomas, Edward F. Thorn, James A Werner, James A Wittkower, Robert V. King, Robert E. Daniel, Samuel C. Thornburg, Richard E. Danner, Robert D. Jenkins, John R. Willis, Robert D. Owen, Carl L. Carpenter, Jr., Gordon P. Wagner, Charles V. Mercer, Weldon W. Mills, Herbert B Tartt Jr, Taylor B. Scalf Jr, Wesley J. Elliston Jr., Billy E McDonald, Watson A Tillman, James W. Johnson, James L. Owen.
     We have grown dramatically since its founding in 1948. In 1993 Beta Phi initiated its one thousandth brother into the chapter. By 2008, the 60th anniversary of the Beta Phi chapter, over 1,450 brothers have been initiated at Southern Methodist University. We currently are the biggest chapter in the nation with over 130 active brothers.

The Cox School of Business

     Founded in 1920, the SMU Cox School of Business equips students with the skills, knowledge, and experiences they need to succeed in business. Major publications (including BusinessWeek, The Economist, Financial Times, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report and The Wall Street Journal) rank SMU Cox among the top business schools in the nation and around the world. The Cox School offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as innovative executive education programs encompassing all aspects of business leadership and management.

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