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Copy of Zeta Phi Beta Informational Powerpoint

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Transcript of Copy of Zeta Phi Beta Informational Powerpoint

History of the Sorority
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Nu Theta Chapter
Founded on January 16, 1920 on the campus of Howard University in Washington DC by five honorable women.
Founded by five women who believed that elitism and socializing should not overshadow the real mission of progressive organizations.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was founded on principles of
Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood.
Fannie Pettie
Viola Tyler
Arizona Cleaver
Pearl Neal
Myrtle Tyler
Notable Zetas
In the Fall of 1975, several young women attending the University of Connecticut decided they wanted to meet the needs of UConn and the surrounding communities. After much planning the idea came to fruition in the Spring of 1976 and the Nu Theta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was chartered by seven women.

In the Fall of 2009, four UConn students recognized a need for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. to be reestablished at UConn. The re-chartering members of Nu Theta are: Monica Daniels, Alicia Pittman, Eunice Omega, and Mindy Midy.
These women strive to set a new standard of sorority life on campus and adhere to the needs of the surrounding
Storrs-Mansfield and Willimantic community by fully exemplifying the principles of the Sorority.
Nu Theta Chapter
Nu Theta Chapter
Soror Minnie Ripperton
Soror Zora Neale Hurston
Past Grand Basileus
Soror Sheryl Underwood
Soror Esther Rolle

Theta Accomplishments
Outstanding March for Babies Support
Tri-State Undergraduate Chapter of the Year
Tri-State Highest Chapter GPA
UConn Highest Chapter GPA
Project Arete Bronze Chapter

Tri-State Undergraduate Chapter of the Year
UConn Second Highest Chapter GPA
Project Arete Silver Chapter
Project Arete Outstanding Chapter Involvement
Required cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 and must be in good academic standing with the University of Connecticut
Must be a full time student with at least 12 credits
Two recommendation letters and a letter of intent
An affinity for serving ones community
Hard working with leadership potential
Nu Theta in Action
Nu Theta with International Grand Basileus Mary B. Wright
Working together for the Common Good!
We love to Perform!
“In the ideal collegiate situation,
there is a Zeta in a girl regardless of race, creed,
or color, who has high standards and principles,
a good scholarly average
and an active interest in all things that
she undertakes to accomplish”

– Founder Viola Tyler
Nu Theta Chapter
National Programs & Partnerships
One of the primary goals of Z-HOPE is to enhance, cultivate and empower participants to develop health-promoting lifestyle choices in all stages of their lives. Z-HOPE targets five major populations (Women, Youth, Men, Seniors, International Women of Color) utilizing a life-span approach, reaching all people—from the young to the old, from prenatal to geriatric.

Since 1972, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority has enjoyed a partnership with the March of Dimes in an effort to encourage women to seek prenatal care within the first trimester of pregnancy, thereby increasing the prevention of birth defects and infant mortality.

The Stork's Nest prenatal education sessions provide information, educational materials, and a variety of other resources and referrals that help clients take good care of themselves and their babies.
Its mission is to promote community service and education through community education programs and scholarship grants to worthy students for higher education.
National Education Foundation
Soror Towanda Braxton
National Website: zphib1920.org Chapter Website: ZetaPhiBetaNT.weebly.com
Or simply stop a member when you see us on campus we would love to get to know you!
Recent Nu Theta Programs
For more information about Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Nu Theta Chapter please use the following resources.
Finding a Deeper Meaning…
Things that should not be a factor when considering Greek life:
Your favorite colors are blue and white.

You think it will make you popular.

You think the biggest benefit of joining would be partying, stepping, or strolling.

You think joining a sorority will attract other Greeks.

Your goal is to join an organization.
Zeta Facts
Royal Blue and White
White Rose
To have youth and adult auxiliary groups:
Amicae, Archonettes, Amicettes, Pearlettes, and Zeta Male Network

To charter a chapter in Africa (Monrovia, Liberia in 1948) and in Texas

To host a national convention under the Mason-Dixon line

To become a non-governmental affiliate of the United Nations

To establish a National Headquarters

The first and only to be constitutional bound to a fraternity,
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Zeta Firsts
Follow Us on Twitter
Z-Pack It Up
March of Dimes Walk
Breast Cancer Walk
Finer Woman Fridays
Campus Study Sessions
College Prep with the Harlem Children’s Zone
So You Think You Know Your Line
Volunteering with Community Outreach
Sweet and Tasty Fundraiser
Resume Workshops
Stress Management Workshop
NuTheta Chapter
Constitutionally Bound to
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
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