As a member of Sigma Phi Delta, you are part of a very exclusive group—one that firmly believes in positively shaping the lives and educational experiences of future engineers.

You play an important role as we continue to develop young engineers across North America. We ask that you take a moment to think of all the ways Sigma Phi Delta impacted you. Through the Fraternity, did you…

  • Gain invaluable engineering skills, lessons, and mentoring from like-minded students?
  • Land a job thanks to the worldwide SPD network?
  • Form lifelong friendships that grow stronger every year?
  • Meet your current spouse or significant other?

While we all may have had different experiences through Sigma Phi Delta, we can all claim one thing: our lives have been positively shaped, in some small way, thanks to our Fraternity membership.

We are counting on you, as a lifelong member of our Fraternity, to join in our mission to continue impacting young engineers at your alma mater and across North America and ensure they have the same experiences. With your gift, you help more young men gain access to the social, character-building, and educational assets offered through Sigma Phi Delta.

Here are some recent ways we’ve been working to advance our mission:

  • We’re standing true to our beliefs. The Supreme Council is taking a renewed look at our internal processes and looking for ways to strengthen our existing chapters. Efforts include the creation of a unified New Member Pledge Program used by all chapters, gathering and tracking metrics from all chapters so that we can more analytically meet the needs of our chapters, and rewarding the yearly winner of the Chapter Efficiency Contest, among many other initiatives.
  • Sigma Phi Delta continues to expand. This spring, Sigma Phi Delta chartered at the University of Florida, the Fraternity’s first presence in the southeast since Pi Chapter at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University closed in 1994.
  • We’re working to grow the youngest generation of future engineers. Sigma Phi Delta has adopted FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) as our newest international philanthropy, and we’re serving as a strategic partner to the organization. FIRST is a mentor-based program that helps to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, specifically through children’s robotics competitions held around the world.

Together, we can work to introduce Sigma Phi Delta and the engineering profession to more young members. Please do your part by making your gift today.


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