Delta Theta, University of Houston

About Delta Theta Chapter

Delta Theta was founded on February 11, 1956 at University of Houston in Houston, TX. We've been around 63 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 12. We currently have a total of 56 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.17! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 2099 service hours and $13784.96!

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Chapter News

Delta Theta Chapter hosts successful 2017 Gong Show at University of Houston

The 2017 Gong Show, hosted by the Delta Theta Chapter at the University of Houston, was a huge success this year. Many Greek organizations signed up to participate in Gong Show, which promoted positive Greek relations. Many other student organizations came out to support Delta Zeta's national philanthropy as well, such as the university’s dance team, the Cougar Dolls.

Several local companies volunteered to sponsor the philanthropy event, resulting in a very successful raffle with money raised toward the Starkey Hearing Foundation. "Gong Show seems to become more successful year after year, and we cannot wait to see next year’s turnout," said Lindsay Newman, Alumnae Relations Chairman.

Delta Theta Chapter recognized with numerous awards at University of Houston's Fraternity and Sorority Night of Celebration

The Delta Theta Chapter at the University of Houston received  numerous awards at the Fraternity and Sorority Night of Celebration.

The chapter was recognized for its fraternal excellence in intellectual development; service and citizenship; outstanding philanthropy program/initiative awarded to Gong Show; ritual and values; outstanding philanthropic events; outstanding risk education program/initiative; and sisterhood.

Delta Theta Chapter recognized with highest GPA on University of Houston campus

The Delta Theta Chapter at the University of Houston was proud of all of its members when it was recognized with the highest GPA out of all 48 fraternities and sororities for the 2015-2016 school year.