Thanks for a great recruitment!
Some highlights from Recruitment this semester
1st- Information Sessions 9/18 and 9/20
Dress Code: Casual
Attend at least one of our two Information Sessions. There you can learn more about the fraternity and start meeting and talking with the brothers.
Both Information sessions are in the College of Arts and Sciences in room B12 (located in the basement). They are both from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.
Alumni Event- DSP ALumni Panel
dress code: business casual
Date: Tuesday, September 25th at 7pm
Location: CAS B12
Description: Join us for a panel discussion with alumni from Gamma chapter. At this event, you’ll hear how their experiences within DSP have impacted and shaped their collegiate and professional career. Make sure to bring questions of your own! Networking will follow.
Community Service Event- Dog toys for the animal cruelty society
dress code: casual
Date: Thursday, September 27th at 7pm
Location: George Sherman Union Backcourt
Description: For our last recruitment event of the week, we’ll be making tug-of-war dog toys for the Animal Cruelty Society.
How To Become a Part of DSP Gamma
Before being invited to be a pledge in DSP there are a few requirements that must be completed so the brothers can get to know you and so you can get to the fraternity.
You have to attend at least one information session and at least 3/4 rush events. Then complete the application by Thursday, September 27th at 11:55pm.
Applications are due Thursday, September 27th at 11:55pm. Check back for the link to the application on Monday, September 24th!
Social Event: Speed dating
Dress Code: Casual
Date: Monday, September 24th at 7pm
Location: PHO 906 (Colloquium Room)
Description: Get to know the brothers of Gamma chapter by participating in a “speed dating” style of event.
Professionalism Event-Professionalism 101
dress code: business professional
Date: Wednesday, September 26th at 7pm
Location: KCB 101
Description: What does “business casual” mean? What’s the best way to format your resume? Come to this event to get answers to those questions and learn how you can put your best foot forward when it comes to professional networking and interviewing.