May 2018

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Building Connections at the 2018 Presidents Academy

“To the world, I promise temperance, insight and courage…” rang out as more than 270 unison Delta Zeta voices kicked off our 2018 Presidents Academy. Not only did the Presidents Academy provide leadership training, but also an opportunity for attendees to network with hundreds of Delta Zetas and share similar values and experience similar challenges. Read More.


Lifelong Learners Donors Help Fund Lifelong Learning

Through generous gifts from donors like you, Delta Zeta is able to make lifelong learning a priority – ensuring that our members become their best self, prioritizing new experiences, academics and developing life skills.

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Sisters of the Beta Delta Chapter at the University of South Carolina made nearly 9,000 calls to Delta Zeta alumnae around the nation for the 2018 Delta Zeta Phonathon. Read More.


March 2018

Donor newsletter image 1The 2017 Norma Minch Andrisek Leadership Conference

The 2017 Norma Minch Andrisek Leadership Conference gave more than 400 women the opportunity to learn, lead and live our rich history at the historic site of Delta Zeta Sorority’s founding at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.


DELTA ZETA’S HOMEDonor-newsletter-image-2

Delta Zeta is unique in that we live where we were founded – and not in a modern office building, but in a house built in 1884, just a few blocks from Alfa Lloyd’s home.  In our National Historical Museum in Oxford, Ohio, just down the street from the campus of Miami University, each room and its furnishings have something special to tell about Delta Zeta’s rich past and promising future.

Donor-newsletter-image-3SISTERHOOD AND SAFETY

This fall, more than 4,700 new members received critical information to help them make safe and healthy choices through GreekLifeEdu, an online program that addresses important issues of alcohol awareness, sexual assault and hazing.

Thanks to donors like you, the Delta Zeta Foundation is able to make this program available to every new member of every Delta Zeta chapter.


July 2017

Theta Zeta Colony at Museum Preserving Delta Zeta History

On October 24, 1902 a group of six visionary young women – Alfa Lloyd, Mary Collins, Anna Louise Keen, Julia Bishop, Mabelle Minton and Anne Simmons – met and signed the State of Ohio Articles of Incorporation that certified the status of Delta Zeta as a secret society. To read more about the Museum, click here.




Donors Help Award Record Scholarship DollarsGoede, Destiny Photo

Delta Zeta donors helped the Foundation award 31 graduate scholarships and 41 undergraduate scholarships worth $232,000 for the upcoming academic year. This is more than has ever been awarded in Delta Zeta history. The scholarship winners represent 47 different chapters from around the US and Canada. To read more click here.



April 2017

Presidents Academy Grows With Help from DonorsStory-1-DZ-pres-Academy-2017-9137-resized

The excitement was palpable across the sea of pink and green as hundreds of Delta Zeta Chapter Presidents, Chapter College Directors (CCDs) and Regional Chapter Directors (RCDs) descended on Dallas in February for the 2017 Presidents Academy. Sisters came from around the nation, some battling winter storms and all ready to learn and grow. Click here to read more.


Donors help Fund a Professional Development ProgramStory-2-Truly-Connected-LA_resized

As Delta Zeta sisters from around the country gathered at Paramount Pictures Studios in Los Angeles for the first west coast Truly Connected professional development conference, it is unlikely that many knew the Delta Zeta and Paramount historical connections.Click here to read more.


January 2017

Keeping Sisters SafeClutch-story

Delta Zeta is committed to keeping our sisters safe and educating our members on the critical issues they face on campus today. Unfortunately, this fall we saw just how well our risk prevention and management app, Clutch, works. Learn more…



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I’ve Been Everywhere…

Delta Zeta Educational Leadership Consultants (ELCs) can identify with the Johnny Cash song “I’ve Been Everywhere.” These recent college graduates, who travel the country helping educate, train and support Delta Zeta chapters and chapter leaders, visited 29 states this fall. They traveled thousands of miles to make 115 visits to chapters and colonies. Learn more…