Flashcards in Quiz 5 Deck (9)
What are the three levels a chapter can achieve?
1. Accredited chapter
2. Chapter of recognition
3. Chapter of excellence
What level is every chapter expected to achieve?
1. Accredited chapter
Explain the educational and leadership consultant program in your own words
Educational and leadership consultants and various other staff members visit chapters and conduct:
Officer training, educating members on all areas of chapter operations and supporting the various opportunities available through chapter programming.
The result leads to improved operations, new ideas for activities, and enhanced knowledge about the fraternity.
To whom is the Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship key awarded?
To the graduating senior (deltasig or not) in commerce and business administration who ranks highest in his or her class
What is the national fraternity’s website address?
In your own words, define the ideal member
The ideal member of DSP is one who promised to support the purpose of the fraternity and will only act in ways that being credit to himself/herself and in turn, to the fraternity. The ideal member gives to the fraternity to the best of his or her ability and will therefore receive mutual benefits in return.
In your own words, define the ideal chapter
The ideal chapter is one in which each member strives to be an ideal member, supporting the purpose and acting in a favorable manner. The ideal chapter, through its officers, maintains contacts with Fraternity leadership, the alumni of the chapter, and the other chapters and members of the fraternity. The ideal chapter also sponsors successful programming visible to members of the campus community to prove its positive and successful existence in campus.
What is the chapter management program?
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.