Our collegiate experience through Delta Zeta provides lifetime friendship, academic achievement, opportunities for personal development and participation in community service. Members find that Delta Zeta not only enriches their lives, but it allows them to enrich the lives of those around them.
If you are interested in joining Delta Zeta, we encourage you to get to know some of our sisters. Visit the UTD Delta Zeta Facebook page or contact our VP of Membership Cami Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Formal recruitment takes place in the fall, a few weeks after the semester begins. To learn more about sorority recruitment at The University of Texas at Dallas, visit the College Panhellenic Council page. You can also sign up for recruitment here.
If you would like, you may submit a Letter of Recommendation at the Delta Zeta National website.
College sororities historically have supported young women during this important transition. Delta Zeta is a dynamic and progressive organization that has responded to many challenges and maintained our positive influence on thousands of young women across North America. Our members go on to lead successful lives, enriched by their sorority experience.
How will joining a Delta Zeta chapter now benefit your daughter now and after college? Joining the Delta Zeta chapter at The University of Texas at Dallas not only gives your daughter the support to grow, but also connects your daughter to leaders on campus. Members have high esteem and seek high scholarship, promote cultural interests, participate in campus activities, experience group interaction, provide service to others, cultivate friendships and continually strive to improve themselves. The lifetime friendships your daughter will make through her chapter lasts into post-college years. Membership is a lifelong experience. Joining now is an investment in a member’s future. You are invited to visit the Delta Zeta National Website for more information on how fraternal life and its leadership lessons can benefit your daughter.