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  • New Online Home for Sigma Phi Delta Brothers Now Live!

    We recently updated our website to a more user-friendly platform. You should have received an email informing you about the new website and providing new login credentials. Please use those credentials to log in and edit your profile.

    Rest assured that it has all the same capabilities and content, just in a new format. We invite you to visit www.sigmaphidelta.org and check out the new format and our latest news!

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  • Paying it Forward

    Passion for SPD Inspires Deputy Executive Secretary Michael Roselius to Volunteer 


    For Michael Roselius, Sigma Phi Delta was an opportunity to bond with a group of men who shared similar interests and coursework. Roselius attended Virginia Tech, and it was there that he learned the powerful impact fraternities can make on a community.

    “It took me about two years to fully understand what fraternity life is really about and how we can positively impact our communities when we come together in brotherhood.”

    Now, Roselius has joined the Supreme Council as a… Read More +

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The Code of Ethics of the Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity

The Code of Ethics of Sigma Phi Delta is founded upon the basic principles of truth and honesty. The quotation, "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest," should be the light guiding the footsteps of an Engineer towards service and success.

An Engineer should at all times be mentally, physically and morally clean, and should conduct himself as a gentleman.  He should be courageous in following his own convictions, mentally awake to make use of every opportunity, and should consider the welfare of others before his own.

To his superiors, an Engineer should be dutiful; to his co-workers, helpful; to his subordinates, generous; to all men, brotherly.  An Engineer should take a good grip on the joys of life.  He should play the game like a man.  He should fight against nothing so hard as his own weaknesses, and should endeavor to gain in strength.  He should live so that his actions shall never besmirch his own honor, and thus maintain the honor of the Engineering Profession.

The Code of Ethics of Sigma Phi Delta is founded upon the basic principles of truth and honesty. The quotation, "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest," should be the light guiding the footsteps of an Engineer towards service and success.

An Engineer should at all times be mentally, physically and morally clean, and should conduct himself as a gentleman.  He should be courageous in following his own convictions, mentally awake to make use of every opportunity, and should consider the welfare of others before his own.

To his superiors, an Engineer should be dutiful; to his co-workers, helpful; to his subordinates, generous; to all men, brotherly.  An Engineer should take a good grip on the joys of life.  He should play the game like a man.  He should fight against nothing so hard as his own weaknesses, and should endeavor to gain in strength.  He should live so that his actions shall never besmirch his own honor, and thus maintain the honor of the Engineering Profession.

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