Three of the four founders of Delta Sigma Pi. Harold V. Jacobs, Alfred Moysello and Alexander F. Makay
Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1907 by four business students at New York University, the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance. Harold Valentine Jacobs, Alfred Moysello, and Alexander Frank Makay and Henry Albert Tienken realized the top business organization was not open to many students. They saw an opportunity to impact their fellow students and the campus as a whole. They acted on this feeling immediately by creating an organization for business majors - this inclusive organization became known as the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi.
Delta Sigma Pi continues to grow every year and impact the lives of collegiate scholars studying business. Being the nation's foremost business fraternity, we uphold high standards that include the building of relationships, skills and ideals necessary to impact wherever their life may lead. We highly value the lifelong partnerships with our members as well as upholding the values in our purpose.
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