How to Join: The Basics

Pledgeship

Sigma Delta Alpha is an organization for motivated college men who aspire to make a positive impact in their communities and who demonstrate a strong commitment to our purposes. We take absolute pride in wearing our fraternity letters and in what they represent, and we do everything we can to ensure potential new members are aware of the responsibilities of brotherhood.

The first step to becoming a member is to apply for pledgeship. Pledgeship is an opportunity for potential new members to:

  • Learn about our fraternity's history, traditions, constitution, bylaws, and values
  • Get to know the brothers of Sigma Delta Alpha
  • Develop teamwork, leadership, and accountability skills within their pledge class
  • Participate in community service events
  • Establish relationships with campus and community leaders, as well as members of other Greek-letter organizations

Eligibility Requirements

In order to be considered for pledgeship, the following eligibility requirements must be met:

  • Cannot be a member of another Greek-letter social organization (professional fraternity, service fraternity, and honor society membership is permissible)
  • Cannot pledge concurrently for a profesional fraternity and Sigma Delta Alpha
  • Cannot be under probationary status, as defined by university policy
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above (new students are exempt)
  • Matriculated at the college or university where the chapter of interest is established. If you attend an institution where Sigma Delta Alpha is not currently active, you may be able to establish a chapter. Please read our expansion page for more information.

If you meet our eligibility requirements and are interested in joining our organization, please complete and submit the membership interest form.

Anti-Hazing Policy

Brothers of Sigma Delta Alpha shall not participate in any acts of hazing and shall abide by all anti-hazing laws placed by the respective state where the chapter is located. Hazing is the degradation or endangerment of a person as a condition of association with a particular group or organization.

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