Zeta Tau Alpha
"Seek the Noblest"
“Love, the greatest of all things.”
Founded in 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha is the second largest National Panhellenic organization in the country. Zetas are known for their genuine character and true sisterhood.
Their passion for Zeta Tau Alpha’s national philanthropy, Breast Cancer Awareness and Education, is evident on campus and throughout the community. Zetas host various events on campus, participate in events with their national partners, The American Cancer Society, NFL, and Bright Pink, and distribute Think Pink awareness ribbons around campus and the community during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Zetas also support other chapters by participating in various Greek events throughout each year and are proven leaders making an impact on other organizations on campus.
Members encourage each other to be the best they can be, always staying true to themselves. Zeta Tau Alpha is committed to fostering a spirit of love and creating lifelong friendships, making amazing memories along the way.
President: Caroline Geist
Recruitment Chair: Bella Dimling
Suite Location: 159 Hamilton Hall
National Founding Date: October 15th, 1898 - Longwood University
Local Founding Date: March 18th, 1926
Colors: Turquoise Blue & Steel Grey
Symbol: Five-Pointed Crown
National Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness
Cumulative GPA: 3.53
Required GPA: 2.8
New Member Dues: $742
Active Member Dues: $519.00 Fall/$528.00 Spring
*Excludes Optional Apparel