Founded in 1981, the Kappa Mu Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is the foremost professional business fraternity on Cal Poly’s campus. We strive to develop and shape our brothers both professionally and personally through events and activities within our three pillars: Professionalism, Community Service, and Brotherhood.

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Professionalism

Being a professional business fraternity, we pride ourselves on providing learn by doing experiences through professional and leadership opportunities. While we are a fraternity only open to students of the Orfalea College of Business, our brothers are interested in a wide variety of companies, positions and industries.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE

Our brothers participate in various service events, utilizing our creativity and business skills to build the surrounding community and give back to others. The brothers of Kappa Mu are dedicated to making a lasting impact in San Luis Obispo County by volunteering in various ways including marathons, fundraisers and food drives. 

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Brotherhood

Our chapter has a unique and inclusive culture unmatched by any other fraternity, sorority, or organization. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment, providing each and every brother the opportunity to feel connected with each other and to find their place within the chapter and university.

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Message from the President

Founded on November 7, 1907, Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional business fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities. With over 280,000 members, we are one of the most prominent business fraternities across the nation.

The Kappa Mu Chapter of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (SLO) was established on April 4, 1981. The Kappa Mu Chapter emphasizes its three pillars of professionalism, community service, and brotherhood.

Delta Sigma Pi emphasizes professionalism throughout all that our brothers do, allowing for our members to be confident and ready to enter the workforce. The community plays an important role for our chapter, which is demonstrated throughout different events each year that are dedicated to local charities and organizations in San Luis Obispo. Brotherhood allows for our brothers to be more than friends, but family; it is the bond that holds us together throughout our collegiate years and beyond.

Please feel free to explore our website and learn more about our organization.

Regards,
Isabella Ojeda