Zeta Phi Beta
Founded: Howard University, 1920
Installed at Baker: Pi Sigma chapter, December 3, 2006
Colors: Royal blue and pure white
Flower: White rose
Symbol: White dove
Philanthropies: March of Dimes and Stork’s Nest
Social event: Royal Carpet Formal
The Pi Sigma chapter is the first historically black Greek organization to be established on Baker University’s campus. Since coming to campus on December 3, 2006, chapter members have striven to bring unity and diversity to Baker. Zeta Phi Beta’s members provide examples of our dedication to our service endeavors, of our vow to scholarship and of our active practice and cultivation of sisterly love, all while exemplifying the essence of finer womanhood.
Zeta Phi Betas believe that college is a time for members to become the best young women they can be. We help young women further their college experience through our weekly homework sessions. We hold a Finer Womanhood Week during March that gives all of the young women a chance to bond with their sorority sisters outside of the college atmosphere. We attend our regional conference to allow members to network and meet other influential Zeta Phi Beta members. We organize group outings to support the other chapters in the surrounding area. We also organize fund-raisers such as “Z-Gramz” and a formal dance to help raise money for the March of Dimes, one of our many philanthropies.
Once you join the Zeta Phi Beta family, you are a Zeta for life. “There is a Zeta in a girl regardless of race, creed, or color who has high standards or principles, a good scholarly average, and an active interest in all things…” this is a quote by one of our five pearls.