Delta Theta Sigma (ΔΘΣ) was started in 1906 at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The idea, conceived primarily by three men; Maxwell Corotius, Samuel N. Kerr, and Stanley B. Stowe, with Determination, Thoughtfulness and Sincerity. The fraternity was incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio on April 5, 1907 with 17 charter members.

The brotherhood of Delta Theta Sigma is composed of elite agriculture majors from all over the United States. The national Delta Theta Sigma network includes seven chapters: The Ohio State University, University of Wisconsin- Madison and River Falls, University of Minnesota- Saint Paul and Crookston, Wilmington College in Ohio, and Penn State University. Brothers share common interests in agriculture and outdoor recreation. A majority of the members come from farm backgrounds or rural areas, which provides common bonds through experiences.


Conclave is the national meeting of Delta Theta Sigma. The meeting is set for the fall of each year around October and rotates between the chapters of Delta Theta Sigma. During the Conclave meetings, committees, workshops and awards banquet occur. In the business meeting a yearly review of the fraternity is held. Officer elections and other business of the organization can be discussed and voted upon in the meeting. Committee meetings are held to discuss various important subjects of the fraternity including membership, finance and professional development. From these committees development workshops are held to strengthen members in these important ares and other areas of interest. This year's Conclave is scheduled for October,19-21 at Anderson Public Library in Anderson, Indiana, hosted by the National Board  The chairperson for the National Board is Craig Miller, please contact him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.

The Purpose of Delta Theta Sigma

We, the members of Delta Theta Sigma Fraternity
in order to promote agriculture
to secure a higher degree of scholarship
to foster the spirit of brotherhood in our vocation
and to insure social and cultural unity
do promote our organization to the fulfillment of these ideals.