Pro Bono Professionis
Founded on May 14, 2003, the Beta-Gamma Chapter of the Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity is the only engineering fraternity at Lamar University. We promote having a full university experience in professional, academic, fraternal, social and athletic aspects.
As Engineers, we promote cooperation and communication among our many professional organizations on Lamar University, such as ASCE, ASME, AICHE, IEEE, IIE, and many other engineering related organizations. Many of our past and present members have joined and held officer positions at their respective major's organization. By doing so, Lamar University becomes a stronger school for our generation and those that come next.
As Brothers, a close, fraternal relationship is provided to all members. Our bonds are not only strong through the process of joining the fraternity, but by also having a common educational and professional goal. We also involve ourselves in activities with the school and other Greek Organizations at Lamar University, seeking to enjoy the most of our university lives.
If interested in joining our chapter or hanging out with the Brothers, we can be contacted several ways:
Sigma Phi Delta is the only Premier International Fraternity of Engineers on campus. We are both social and professional organizations which means we are like other fraternities, but what sets us apart is that we partake in S.E.C. (Student Engineering Counsel). S.E.C. is made up all the professional engineering organizations. (ASME, ASCE, SHPE,...etc.)
Pro Bono Professionis - For the Good of the Profession
Sigma Phi Delta - Science, Friendship, Duty
Student Organization seeking registration renewal
Members must be male students of the Lamar University College of Engineering and must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours during the semester.
Chief Engineer (President)
MUST be a valid LAMAR UNIVERSITY email
Please upload your current constitution in PDF or Word format. If you do not have a constitution, contact the Office of Student Organization Services for an example. If constitutions are amended, organizations must bring a copy of the new constitution to the Office of Organization Services located in Setzer Student Center, Room 260 for the files.