Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

Our members strive to live up to the purpose of our Fraternity by representing the organization as leaders in our community, classrooms, and in the workforce. Kappa Tau is one of over 300 collegiate chapters in the nation and is a well-known chapter in our region for professional leadership and service. This semester we have over 110 active brothers who are continuously growing professionally to represent themselves and this organization well.

We are looking forward to the coming semester, and welcome all business majors to join us for our recruitment season beginning in September. If you are interested in becoming a member and learning more about what we do here at Clemson, feel free to contact me at president.dspkt@gmail.com.


Mary Cate Buchert
President, Fall 2021


          This year, Clemson University's Kappa Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has won the National Outstanding Service Award given each year to the chapter that plans and implements the most effective and comprehensive program of service to others. 

          We are honored to receive national recognition for our dedication to service, which underlines everything we do as a chapter. Over the last year, we have completed over 26 service projects together for organizations such as Rebuild Upstate, Ronald McDonald House, Greenville Soup Kitchen, Clemson Downs, Rise Against Hunger, Meals on Wheels, and many others. Even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, brothers did not back down from our founding pillar of community service and continued to find ways to give back to our community safely and effectively. 

          We look forward to expanding and enhancing our dedication to serve the communities that give so much to us. From Clemson's campus and upstate South Carolina all the way to national causes, we hope to grow our impact each year. 


Each year, Delta Sigma Pi strives to be a Chapter of Excellence by going above and beyond the normal chapter requirements. Brothers are driven by enthusiasm, charisma, and a genuine care for all aspects of the fraternity. Below are a few of the awards we have received that we are most proud of:

  • National Outstanding Service Award Winner (2021-2022)
  • Regional Most Improved Chapter (2018-2019), Southeastern Region
  • Regional Winner for Outstanding Service (2017-2018), Southeastern Region
  • Provincial Winner for Outstanding Service (2017-2018), Southern Province
  • Regional Winner for Outstanding Alumni Relations (2016-2017), Southeastern Region



The Kappa Tau Chapter understands the importance of Clemson faculty in our successes inside and outside of the classroom. Each semester we appreciate our faculty in several ways, as well as initiating a few. As a faculty initiate, you enjoy the benefits of access to national professional development conferences, connection to Delta Sigma Pi’s extensive international network, the ability to connect with and mentor promising young business students and the opportunity to have considerable influence on the business and community leaders of tomorrow.

Our chapter has over 30 faculty initiates, including:

Dr. Tom Zagenczyk, Management
Dr. Larry Fredendall, Management
Dr. Angela Morgan, Finance
Dr. Kerry McMillan, Finance
Dr. Jack Wolf, Finance​​​​​​​
Virginia Ward-Vaughn, Legal Studies
Dr. Patricia Knowles, Marketing
James Gaubert, Marketing
Dr. Nancy Harp, Accounting
Carter McElveen, Marketing
Dr. Anastasia Thyroff, Marketing
Russell Madray, Accounting
Terry Knause, Accounting
Col. Sandy Edge, College of Business Advisor
Dr. McCormick, College of Business Dean
Dr. Delancy Bennett, Marketing
Dr. Gary Hunter, Marketing
Hope Parnell, Management
Dr. Mary Anne Raymond, Marketing
Dr. Jeremy Vinson, Accounting
Dr. Denny Lester, Watt Center
Lee Ferrell, Language and International Trade
Sarah Martin, Accounting 
Reed Watson, Economics 
Dr. Jeffrey McMillan, Accounting
Bill Tumblin, Business 1010
Dr. Angela Morgan, Finance
Dr. Daniel Green, Finance
Dr. Scott Swain, Marketing
Lynn Martin, Accountancy and Finance
Dr. Helen Diamond-Steele, Director of Office of Student Enrichment
Jim Liddle, Management
Scott Baier, Economics
Dr. Matt Hersel, Management
Leah Hughes, Assistant Director of Career & Professional Programs

Dr. Jennifer Siemens, Marketing

Josh Harris, Finance