The Gamma Phi Chapter
The Gamma Phi Chapter was established on May 19, 1951 at the University of Texas at El Paso in El Paso, Texas. We are UTEP's longest standing organization. The Gamma Phi Chapter continuously strives to uphold the purpose of Delta Sigma Pi and add to the fraternity's distinguished history. We provide students with opportunities for personal and professional growth, excellence, and leadership.
Being a member of Delta Sigma Pi opens a wealth of opportunities for our members. Membership in Delta Sigma Pi is for life and not four years so it is not an endeavor to be taken lightly. Those who decide to become members will become part of a worldwide network of brothers and after graduating, Delta Sigma Pi alumni. We have a strong El Paso alumni chapter that provides support and experience for our collegiate chapter.
As for its co-educational opportunities, it was not until 1975 that the Gamma Phi Chapter opened its doors to UT El Paso's female students by majority vote. Since then, UTEP's only professional business fraternity has grown not only in size, but has come to embody all of the elements necessary in continuing to produce some of tomorrow's most promising businessmen and women.
The Gamma Phi Chapter recognizes that new members are the future of our chapter and we invite you to experience what Delta Sigma Pi has to offer.
Join our ranks and add your name to our distinguished alumni such as:
The former College of Business Administration Dean, Frank Hoy
Dr. Kallol Bagchi
Dr. Laura Hall
Dr. Timothy Roth
Dr. William Doyle Smith
Dr. Robert Tollen
Mrs. Kathy Otero
Mrs. Robin O. Grambling
Prominent businessmen and women and political figures such as former U.S. Congressman, Richard C. White, and El Paso Judge, Brunston D. Moore.