Epsilon Nu, Missouri State University

Founded
September 16
1956
Total Members
184
Average GPA
3.28
Total Service Hours
796

About Epsilon Nu Chapter

As you enter college, you begin to search for your place in the world and meet the people who will be your friends for life. By joining Delta Zeta, you will be a part of something that defies words, but you have to experience it for yourself!

The Epsilon Nu Chapter of the Delta Zeta Sorority at Missouri State University is a group of energetic, passionate and amazing young women joined together by love, encouragement, support and sisterhood. Being a part of Epsilon Nu offers each and every young woman an amazing college experience filled with bonding, networking, social activities and philanthropic events while encouraging our members to obtain their highest social, moral and academic standards. We invite you to learn more about what Delta Zeta can potentially offer you in all aspects of sisterhood.

The women of Delta Zeta Sorority share a common purpose: to make life fuller, more meaningful, more rewarding – Truly Delta Zeta.

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$14,051
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$45,817

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Chapter News

Amy Bailey Counts, Missouri State - Epsilon Nu, named to Missouri State University Board of Governors

Photo: Missouri State University - University Communications

Amy Bailey Counts, an alumna member of the Epsilon Nu Chapter at Missouri State University, has been named to the Missouri State University Board of Governors by Governor Eric Greitens.

Missouri State President Clif Smart said, “We’re very pleased to welcome Amy to the Missouri State Board of Governors. She was very involved as a student at Missouri State and continues to be involved in the university. Her enthusiasm and energy will be a great addition to the board.”

Amy looks forward to the opportunity, and was quoted as saying, “I had a wonderful college experience at Missouri State. I’m excited for the opportunity to help lead my alma mater."

Read more here.