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Zeta Tau Alpha

Panhellenic Council

Zeta

Chapter Nickname

1959

LSU Chapter Founded

Turquoise and Grey

Chapter Colors

Crown, Strawberry, Bunny

Chapter Symbol

 

Zeta Tau Alpha at LSU is dedicated to living out its values in academic achievement, on-campus activities, the Greek community, and beyond. The Delta Kappa chapter was established at LSU in 1959 with the purpose of strengthening friendships and fostering a spirit of love. Through developmental workshops, sisterhood bonding, service to others, and a built-in support system of friends and alumnae, ZTA develops the potential and character of each individual member. ZTA’s national philanthropy is Breast Cancer Education and Awareness and is supported through campus and community events such as the annual 12-Hour Pancake Breakfast, catwalk for a Cure, think Pink Week in October, and Dodge for a Cause. The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha are encouraged by one another to follow their passions and develop their strengths while forming lifelong friendships.

 

2021-22 Chapter Scorecard

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Active

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Academics & Membership

3.124 GPA

Overall Member Average

135

New Members

301

LSU Members


hands holding leaf iconPhilanthropy & Service

Breast Cancer Education and Awareness

National Philanthropic Cause

$49,000

Funds Raised

5,115

Service Hours


flag icon7-Year Violation Record*

2018

Organization Letter of Reprimand through 12/31/2018. View related outcome letter.

No additional violations within past 7 years.

*LSU Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to accountability and transparency in reporting violations. The above record details violations including university disciplinary, hazing, alcohol, sexual misconduct, drug, and endangerment that occurred in the past seven years. Older records are available by request to greeks@lsu.edu