Delta Theta Sigma-Gamma Chapter is a social-professional fraternity, founded here in 1928. We have historic roots in agriculture, which have grown into a diverse organization encompassing many majors such as engineering, music, math, and many more. Our local chapter here at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Gamma Chapter began in 1928. In the decades to follow, DTS became home to scores of accomplished men and women, including Conrad Elvjehm who identified Niacin and later became president of the University.




Knowledge and Brotherhood in a Bond of Union

Community Service & Philanthropies

Polar Plunge, Trick or Treat with the Greeks, Rake-a-thon, Delta Gamma Anchorsplash


Most Improved GPA
Highest Chapter GPA for Delta Theta Sigma

Fun Facts


Blue and Gold


The Shield and the Cornucopia

Famous Alumni

Notable National Alumni

Harry Steele (Gold medal in Freestyle, Paris Olympics, 1924)

Notable Local Alumni

Conrad Elvehjem (Discoverer of Niacin, served as President of UWMadison)
Alton Block (notable writer on agricultural subjects, served as Director of World Dairy Expo)

General Information


252 Langdon St.
Madison, WI 53703

Local Founding

November 26, 1927

National Founding

April 5, 1907