A member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority puts the finishing touches on her team's entry in the sidewalk chalk competition during Greek Week.
Candidates learn their dance for the Mr. BU competition during Greek Week.
Zeta Phi Beta members during the sorority's spring probate, where they announce their new members.
Zeta Phi Beta members perform for the campus during Probate, a ceremony and celebration in which the sorority announces its new members.
Delts enjoying the petting zoo at the Maple Leaf Festival.
Order of Omega Initiation | The national honor society recognizes outstanding leadership among fraternity and sorority members.
Greek Week competitions in Collins Gym.
Kappa Sigma held a 12-hour food drive on 12-12-12, with the goal of collecting 12,000 pounds of food nationwide. Baker's chapter raised 1,436 pounds of nonperishable items to benefit the Baldwin Food Pantry.
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Chi Omega host the annual Spiking Out Youth Aids and Domestic Violence philanthropy event in April.
Lauren Amrein was honored as the St. Jude Collegiate Ambassador of the Year at the Tri Delta's St. Jude Leadership Weekend. Read More
Just 10 percent of Greeks are eligible for membership in Order of Omega honor society, which serves the campus and participates in a variety of philanthropic activities.
- Jennifer Letner
- Fraternity & Sorority Life Coordinator
Zeta Tau Alpha
Founded: Longwood University, 1898
Who is a Zeta Tau Alpha? She is an athlete, a writer, a leader, a musician and a scholar. Most important, she is a sister and a friend. In continuing the precedent set by their founders in 1898, Zetas can be found throughout the campus participating in a wide variety of activities and always having fun.
Members of Zeta Tau Alpha retain their individuality while participating in the sorority to create a strong bond of love and sisterhood. As a whole, they are firmly committed to advancement through service and philanthropic activities, including cleaning up local highways, participating in the Relay for Life, and working at Worlds of Fun Amusement Park to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
In addition to being active on campus and in the community, Zetas enjoy taking part in social activities. The Barn Party, Informal, and Court of Themis Ball are just a few of the yearly events planned by Zeta Tau Alpha. Graduation does not bring an end to participation. Alumnae of Sigma Chapter remain active by advising collegiate members and improving the house. During the brief time that Zetas spend at Baker, a special love is formed that binds them together, making Zeta Tau Alpha truly a lifelong experience.
At the 2008 Zeta Tau Alpha Convention in Tucson, Ariz., Baker University's chapter received the following awards: