A member of Delta Theta Sigma Fraternity is someone who first and foremost dedicates themselves to their education. At DTS school comes first. After all we are at college to educate and better ourselves. Secondly, a member of DTS is someone who thrives off of responsibility and leadership. As members, we are in charge of leasing out our house, balancing a large budget, and representing DTS and the University of Wisconsin in a positive way. We pride ourselves on the amount of responsibility we take on at such young ages. The leadership involved with DTS translates well to a resume and can be applied to many real world experiences. And finally, members of Delta Theta Sigma are people who like to feel that they are part of something positive and fun.

DTS is a relatively small, close-knit fraternity. With the smaller size of our organization, the bonds we form with each other become unmatched with any other organization on campus, and we find ourselves part of a family, rather than an organization. With that said, Delta Theta Sigma doesn’t tolerate hazing; we would never want to hurt our family physically or emotionally.

DTS offers several scholarships to prospective members. Please be sure to take look at our Scholarships to see if you are eligible to apply.

How to Join

Recruitment/rush week takes place in the fall of each school year. During this time, prospective members are encouraged to attend fraternity events to get to know the active members and learn more about fraternity life. Feel free to ask questions, so you can determine if Delta Theta Sigma is a good fit for you!

Important Dates:

  • Tabling – Date TBD
  • Chapter Recruitment Begins – Date TBD
  • Chapter Bid Lists Due – Date TBD

Parent’s Guide

The Delta Theta Sigma house is an extremely safe place to grow and learn during your student’s years at Madison. The varying ages of current members gives new members many perspectives and advice from a broad range of college experience. It is an easy going environment with space for your student to develop as an individual. Here at the fraternity there a many opportunities for leadership roles which looks great on future applications. Furthermore, becoming a member of Delta Theta Sigma Fraternity exposes your student to multiple volunteering options and multiple scholarship opportunities. Our organization has a 100% no hazing policy that guarantees the safety of our members. The Delta Theta Sigma house is full of great chances to grow as a young adult.


Questions about becoming a member of DTS? Contact Carlos, our Recruitment Chair, at (608) 718-3352 or miguellongor@wisc.edu.

Want to hear from our Active and Alumni Members first hand? Check out our Alumnus Visit Actives segment!