In the tradition of our Founders, members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated forge or strengthen their bonds of sisterhood in many ways. Some were already family members; others have known one another since high school; some are workplace colleagues; and still others met for the very first time at an interest meeting.
In addition to our regular monthly meetings (every third Saturday, from September-June), Beta Zeta Zeta Chapter members mix, mingle, work and travel together. Participating in a mix of service, social and just fun activities fosters informal relationships and bonds between members. As our relationships grow, we share our successes and our shortcomings, supporting each other through good times and bad. Together we read the latest novels, rate the local restaurants, take on special projects, see the latest plays, support local walk-a-thons, bring in new members and celebrate special occasions all the while reaching out to our community. In these ways, we not only become closer as members and friends but we also ensure the strength and longevity of Beta Zeta Zeta Chapter. Beta Zeta Zeta has 5 Life Members and 2 Doves.
Once a Zeta, always a Zeta; once my sister, always my sister.
Many chapter members are partners in Zeta-Sigma families. Beta Zeta Zeta and Delta Theta Sigma Chapter, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. have shared numerous joint civic and service activities throughout the years.
Beta Zeta Zeta Chapter members have inspired the chartering of two other chapters in the area: Pi Sigma Zeta, Forest Park, OH, in 1996, and Alpha Alpha Mu Zeta, 2011, in Northern Kentucky.
Although membership in Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is by invitation only, we encourage interested women with a track record of community service and currently pursuing a baccalaureate degree or in possession of a baccalaureate degree to contact a chapter in your local area. The required way to show formal interest in membership is attendance at the Informational Interest meeting hosted by Beta Zeta Zeta Chapter in the community. You are welcome to bring a resume with you to the Interest Meeting. Attendance at the Informational Interest Meeting does not guarantee that an invitation to membership will be extended.
Minimum requirements for graduate membership include:
Bachelor’s level degree conferred from a four-year college or university that meets the Sorority’s accreditation standards.
If applying within three (3) years after graduating with the bachelor’s degree, must have either earned at least a 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale for the bachelor’s level degree or earned an advanced degree such as a master’s or professional degree.
Undergraduate transcript must be provided to confirm eligibility for membership in a graduate chapter regardless of whether any advanced degrees have been earned.
It is expected that individuals who are invited to membership in Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. have demonstrated a commitment to community service, scholarship, sisterhood, and finer womanhood.
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