Global Service Initiative

Global Service Initiative

The Delta Upsilon Global Service Initiative (GSI) offers members a unique opportunity to engage in direct service in developing nations and United States while uniting their actions with the principles of the Fraternity.
Additionally, chapters and colonies are encouraged to raise funds for GSI to support projects that brothers will complete hands-on during the immersion trip experience.  Support the Global Service Initiative by giving to the program.


2014 Global Service Initiative Trips
GSI: Jamaica -  January 4-11, 2014
GSI: Domestic - March 8-15, 2014
GSI: Jamaica - May 10-17, 2014
GSI: Jamaica - June 14 - 21, 2014


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Previous GSI Trips
Read the 2013 GSI blog
Watch the 2013 GSI highlight video
Watch the 2013 GSI overview video
Watch other GSI videos




Information & Timeline 
Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 GSI trips to Negril, Jamaica and Washington, D.C. Undergraduate and alumni members of Delta Upsilon are both encouraged to apply. Throughout the week participants will engage in hands-on service activities, discover the history, culture, and economic issues of Jamaica or D.C., and build relationships with DU brothers while exploring the Four Founding Principles of our Fraternity.

Apply for the 2014 Global Service Initiative trips.



GSI: Jamaica — May 10-17, 2014
Application deadline: February 6th
First payment of $500 due by: February 28th
Final payment of $250 due by: March 28th

Cost: $750, plus travel to Montego Bay Sangster International Airport (MBJ). The $750 fee covers lodging, ground transportation, and meals while on-site in Negril. Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses to Jamaica.  

GSI: Jamaica — June 14-21, 2014
Application deadline: March 14th
First payment of $500 due by: March 30th
Final payment of $250 due by: April 31st

Cost: $750, plus travel to Montego Bay Sangster International Airport (MBJ). The $750 fee covers lodging, ground transportation, and meals while on-site in Negril. Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses to Jamaica.