Founded in September of 1967, the Zeta Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has established itself as the premier professional fraternity at the University at Albany. Our fraternity is dedicated to the professional development of its members, engagement in the community, and the establishment of a lifelong brotherhood and network. Our chapter has cultivated and strengthened some of the brightest individuals on campus and prepared us for success in the professional world.
Since joining Delta Sigma Pi second semester freshman year, I have been able to witness monumental successes in our chapter. Our annual Career Fair has grown to over 110 employers with more than 1,200 student attendees, connecting our brothers and other students with various recruiters and professionals. The DSP Open, our annual golf tournament, has raised over $12,000 dollars for our School of Business scholarship fund. Its participants include representatives from companies such as PwC, Finra, EY, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, KPMG, UBS, Bank of America, Deloitte, GE, and many more.
The Zeta Psi chapter takes great pride in its emphasis on professionalism, leadership, and excellence. Delta Sigma Pi is singlehandedly the greatest thing that I have done with my collegiate career. Surrounding myself with some of the best and brightest students on campus and building relations with successful alumni in my field of interest has really helped my development as a professional. At a very young age my father taught me to get the most out of everything I do. As a freshman I immersed myself in nearly all business organizations on campus. After talking to my professors, alumni and older students on campus I made the decision that Delta Sigma Pi was right for me. Since then, the fraternity has done nothing but exceed all my expectations.
I came to college knowing no one and with an open mind toward what I wanted to do upon graduation. Delta Sigma Pi has given me direction and guidance on the path to a successful and fulfilling career. It has generated a network of brothers that extends beyond “just being a part of a fraternity.” We are family.
Samuel J. Cittadino