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Delta Zeta provides lifetime friendship, academic achievement, personal growth and an opportunity to do something that matters.
What is a sorority?

What is a Sorority?

For nearly 150 years, sororities have been part of the college campus and community experience. Sororities provide a support system for women seeking friendship among others with similar values/goals in pursuit of learning, personal growth, an opportunity to lead and serve, and a desire to make a difference in the world.

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Why Join Delta Zeta?

Sorority is for those who seek a friendship that revolves around shared values, and that helps us learn and grow. We offer a type of friendship that brings others along, and moves us to do meaningful things. Sorority starts with friendship, but there’s so much more.

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Alpha Gamma at University of Alabama
Kappa Alpha at Nicholls State University

Recommend a Member

Whether you are a potential member, new to campus, or an alumna who would like to recommend a woman to a chapter, Delta Zeta welcomes you to learn more about the recruitment process.

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Housing

Housing

Delta Zeta is a home away from home for several thousand collegiate women — some through our Housing Corporation, and others through proven housing partners.

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Find a Chapter

Whether you’re a collegiate woman looking for a place to connect or one of our alumnae hopeful to reconnect, there are more than 165 collegiate and about 200 alumnae chapters. Maybe there’s one near you.

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Start a Collegiate Chapter

An invitation to start a new chapter is an invitation to become part of a community. So we carefully consider the difference we might make in the lives of the women we meet there, and those a Delta Zeta woman might know throughout her lifetime.

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Gamma Lambda at San Jose State University
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Alumnae Membership

Delta Zeta is enhancing alumnae engagement by making it easier to connect with one another, improving the member and volunteer experience and developing programming relevant to our alumnae.

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