Delta Sigma Phi’s Risk Management Philosophy states, “Delta Sigma Phi is committed to continually reinforcing basic expectations of membership and actively managing our organizational risk through education initiatives and prudent discipline.” All of the Fraternity’s educational initiatives are grounded in its harm reduction and prevention approaches, providing members the tools needed to make smart decisions and understand the consequences of their actions.


Delta Sigma Phi frequently reviews current resources and develops new tools to help chapters and members make good choices. Members and volunteers can access our resource library in The LAMP.

Chapter Focused Programming

Delta Sigma Phi offers a suite of educational initiatives and programs to support chapters in educating members on high-risk topics. The Fraternity participates in national initiatives and partners with other sororities and fraternities to provide comprehensive resources to members and chapters. More information on select programs is below.

  • National Hazing Prevention Week

National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is an opportunity for campuses, schools, communities, organizations and individuals to raise awareness about the problem of hazing, educate others about hazing, and promote the prevention of hazing. HazingPrevention.Org™ is the organizer of NHPW. Delta Sigma Phi creates promotional resources for chapters, and encourages members to lead hazing prevention conversations on their campuses.

  • Sexual Assault Prevention

Recognizing that everyone plays a role in preventing sexual assault violence and creating a safer social culture, Delta Sigma Phi joined nine other sororities and fraternities in a coalition to take a stand against sexual assault and relational aggression. With the development of a new educational program called Social Strengths, meant to equip college students with the tools necessary to create safe and supportive chapter cultures, the Fraternity aims to be a leader in sexual assault prevention. The program’s topics will include healthy standards for personal relationships, misconceptions about non-stranger sexual assault, intervention techniques for complicated social situations and ways to support a victim/survivor.

  • Custom Chapter Programming

Occasionally, chapters will request educational programming to address concerns specific to their local or campus community. With advance notice, Delta Sigma Phi can facilitate custom educational programming on policy implementation, peer accountability, high-risk behaviors and bystander intervention.