11 new pledges!
Take a minute and read this great article on Alumni Brother Costello. Congratulations on the great success!
AB Kevin Cole has setup a Scholarship Fund for children of Delta Zeta alumni (male or female) who attend HPU.
We’re still working on the details (annual amount, qualifications, etc.).
We hope to grow this Scholarship with the donations from our Alumni.
Please keep this in mind the next time to send a donation to HPU.
Recently, the Delta Zeta chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was recognized for their generous donation to the American Red Cross, the fraternity’s philanthropy. Through weekly fundraisers and countless hours of hard work, the chapter was able to make a donation of $2,000. The fraternity hosted most of their fundraisers at Ham’s restaurant and Barbarito’s Mexican Catering.
Some of that money has already gone to recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Just last week, Sandy made a powerful landfall along the beaches of New Jersey, causing hurricane-like effects 800 miles across the country. Since then, the American Red Cross has been out in the harder-hit areas to help those who have been separated from their homes and families. This week, the fraternity will once again host a fundraiser at Ham’s restaurant on N. Main St in downtown High Point. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the recovery effort in those areas that saw misfortune as a result of Hurricane Sandy’s strength.
If you would like to make a donation to the fraternity, please click on the Donations link on the side of this page. If you would like to contribute to the recovery efforts in New Jersey, please visit www.redcross.org.
You’ll be proud to know that U. S. News & World Report has ranked High Point University #1 among Best Regional Colleges in the South and the #1 Up & Coming School in Regional Colleges in the South in its 2013 edition released at 12:01am today! Congratulations!
While we are complimented to be recognized at this level of excellence, I know that all of us are determined to continue our journey of improving every aspect of this excellent academic institution in ways that serve the best interests of our students and their families.
With stellar faculty and dedicated staff, the campus is framed daily with dynamic energy and experiential learning. With supportive trustees, alumni, parents, and friends, we march onwards with faithful courage and hopeful hearts. The future is promising indeed and we give God the glory.
Nido R. Qubein