MAINTAINS membership records, mailing lists, the dsp.org website; ritualistic regalia,
funds and archives; DISTRIBUTES certificates and cards of membership, supplies, jewelry
and scholarship keys; CONDUCTS the Grand Chapter Congress, Chapter Management
Program, visitation, public relations and expansion; PUBLISHES manuals, forms, The
DELTASIG, official bulletins, national reports; and REPRESENTS the Fraternity nationally.
The Chapter Management Program (CMP), a program managed online through the
Deltasig Hub, is the method of formal communication between collegiate chapters and
the national Fraternity. The program is divided into three annual achievement levels for
collegiate chapters. The levels represent basic operational requirements in recruitment,
membership, finances, professional and service programs, and leadership development.
These sections reflect the practice of essential business principles and operations
expected of each chapter as part of our professional business Fraternity, as well as the
professional and leadership development opportunities for each member. All chapters
are expected to reach the first level, Accredited Chapter. If all requirements for the first
level are completed, the chapter may seek to achieve the second level, Chapter of
Recognition, and then the third, Chapter of Excellence. The additional optional
requirements focus on alumni and faculty events, new member education, large scale
events, and promotion of the national Fraternity. Chapters are recognized for the
highest level they achieve.
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