Delta Zeta After College:
The Delta Zeta experience is one of a lifetime. Delta Zeta is not just something members participate in during their college years. Delta Zeta’s values and Creed never change, and those same values members pledged to as collegians enrich the lives of the Sorority’s alumnae.
The Alumnae Connection Enriches Collegians’ Lives
The alumnae connection starts in college. Collegiate members learn, from the new member class forward, that Delta Zeta is for a lifetime. They see examples of that commitment through their College Chapter Director and other advisors who are members of the Sorority. They meet alumnae at Founders Day events who are recognized for 25, 50, 65 and 75 years of membership.
At chapter anniversary celebrations, alumni weekends or other events, alumnae touch the lives of our collegiate members, inspiring them as examples of sisterhood that lasts a lifetime and enriching their collegiate experience.
How does the Sorority keep the Delta Zeta experience relevant for alumnae?
As young alumnae move into careers, marriages and families, keeping them connected to the Sorority can be a challenge. This may be true, too, for alumnae who have not had any connection with the Sorority in several years.
Today, the Internet and social networking tools are providing those
vital connections. For young alumnae who are pursuing graduate degrees, demanding career paths and/or motherhood, the quick and easy connectivity to the Sorority via.
or the Sorority’s own private social network,
keeps them in touch with Delta Zetas not only from their pledge class or chapter, but in their community and around the world as well.
Our alumnae members are offered many ways to connect with Delta Zeta after graduation. Many sisters develop their future, make new friends, continue old friendships, and volunteer their time and talent to help Delta Zeta continue enriching lives. Delta Zeta alumnae can be found in ten different alumnae areas, listed below.
Delta Zeta Sorority Alumnae Areas
Blue Ridge - North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, DC, West Virginia
Central Plains - Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota
Great Lakes - Michigan, Ohio, Canada, United Kingdom
Great Western - Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Mid-America - Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin
Mid-Atlantic - Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Northeast - Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont
South Central Area - Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee
Southeast Area - Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Southwest Area - New Mexico, Texas