To be eligible to join Pi Sigma Epsilon you must:
Be an Illinois State University student with AT LEAST 3 semesters remaining.
Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.7
Be available on Tuesday nights at 6:00 pm
Meet the Chapter
When: Tuesday, 1/28, 7-9 PM
Where: State Farm Hall of Business 366
Join us in the COB in room 366 to meet and network with our members and learn more about our members' experiences in PSE.
When: Wednesday, 1/29, 7-9 PM
Where: State Farm Hall of Business Room 367 and 370
Attire: Business Casual
Join us in the SFHB 367/370 to learn about our organizational structure of committees, ranging from the Marketing committee to the Professional Development committee, and to continue networking with our members.
When: Thursday, 1/30, 7-9 PM
Where: State Farm Hall of Business Room 139 (CAT)
Attire: Business Casual
Join us in the COB in room 139 to continue networking with general members as well as listen to distinguished Delta Omega alumni speak about their experiences in the professional workforce and how PSE has assisted in their professional endeavors.
Networking Mixer *INVITE ONLY*
When: Friday, 1/31, 7 PM
Attire: Business Professional
Information To Be Annouced
Spring 2019 Recruitment Video
Do I have to be a business major to join Pi Sigma Epsilon?
Pi Sigma Epsilon is open to ALL majors. We have members with majors ranging from Professional Sales to Public Relations to Human Resources to Business Information Systems. Regardless of major, members will receieve professional development, different opportunities not accessbile to the general student population, brotherhood, and more.
Am I required to attend all recruitment events?
No, you are not required to attend all recruitment events, however it is stongly encouraged as it will allow you to meet as many general members as possible, ultimately allowing them to better assess the potential of you becoming a prospective member.
How many people are selected to become prospective members?
There is no limit to how many people are invited to become prospective members. It depends on the semester. If 25 people are thought to be qualified, then 25 will be invited to become PMs. If only 5 are thought to be qualified, then only 5 will be invited to become PMs.
How do I become a prospective member?
It is encouraged to attend if not all, as many recruitment events as possible. During the recruitment process, you will be asked to sign up for a final interview, which will factor into the decision of whether or not you will be invited to become a prospective member. If you are unable to make any of the recruitment events or were unable to sign up for a final interview, please contact the VP of Human Resourses at firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I bring and wear to the final interview?
You should treat this interview the same as if you were interviewing for a job. Business Professional attire and bring a resume.
What is the time commitment of being a prospective member?
The Prospective Member process is a 9-week process. Prospective Members are required to attend Prospective Member class weekly followed by General Member Meetings (Chapter) on Tuesday nights @ 6 PM. They are required to complete all tasks assigned by the VP of Human Resources, as well as attend all events required by the VP of Human Resouces.
Is there an age restriction for becoming a Prospective Member?
The only requirement is that you are an undergraduate student with 3 semesters remaining,
I still have more questions. Who can I contact?
You can either fill out the form on our homepage (bottom of page) or contact the VP of Human Resources at email@example.com
What is the difference between a Prospective Member and a General Member?
General Members are those who completed the 9-week prospective member process and were initiated into Pi Sigma Epsilon. Prospective Members are NOT official members until they are initiated at the end of the 9-week process. Prospective Members can only become General Members if they complete all tasks and assessments assigned by the VP of Human Resources. The decision of whether or not a PM will be initiated is at the discretion of the VP of Human Resources and PM Trainers.