Theta Omega, Barton College

About Theta Omega Chapter

Theta Omega was founded on October 2, 1965 at Barton College in Wilson, NC. We've been around 53 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 14. We currently have a total of 24 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.19! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 0 service hours and $0.00!

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Greek Show 2018

On April 13th, 2018, the Theta Omega chapter of Delta Zeta competed in Barton College's 42nd annual Greek Show. Greek Show is an event where all five Greek organizations on campus create and perform their own original combination piece of dance and song for an audience and a panel of judges. Along with this performance, awards are presented to various members of each organization for their achievements. Along with winning fan-favorite for their performance, (voted on by the audience of Greek Show), members Alyssa Lanphear and Jordan Jackson were recognized for their achievements as Greek Academic Woman of the Year and Greek Woman of the Year respectively. Overall, it was a very successful night to be a Delta Zeta at Barton College!

Hillary Poston, alumna, and Hannah Finkelstein, collegian, of the Theta Omega Chapter at Barton College, personify "To My Mind, Growth"
May 13, 2016

by Hillary Poston

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Hannah and Hillary

Hillary Poston, Barton - Theta Omega, graduate student at Western Carolina University, and Hannah Finkelstein, senior at Barton College  and also a member of the Theta Omega Chapter, are utilizing their bond of sisterhood to achieve success in their career field.

Hillary will graduate in May, 2016 from Western Carolina University with a master's degree in Higher Education Student Affairs. She credits Delta Zeta for helping to foster confidence and resilience as she pursued her graduate degree. Hannah will graduate from Barton College in May, and then will pursue a master's degree in Higher Education.

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Hillary and Hannah were close friends before they experienced the bond of Delta Zeta sisterhood, but now they are certain that their friendship will last a lifetime. Recently, they collaborated on a conference presentation for the Southern Regional Orientation Workshop. The session, entitled "Is a Career in Student Affairs the Gold Medal?", provided students with realistic details that would contribute to their life experiences, such as a timeline for applying to graduate school and anecdotal advice.

The presentation was well received, and Hannah and Hillary took home the first place award in the category of Graduate Educational Session. The Theta Omega sisters are excited to continue working together in the future, and hope to take their presentation to the national conference. "Delta Zeta brought us closer together 'to stimulate each other in the pursuit of knowledge,' and cherish the sisterhood connection we share," said Hillary.

Theta Omega Chapter (Barton College) wins Greek Show for second consecutive year
May 6, 2016

The Theta Omega Chapter from Barton College in Wilson, North Carolina won Greek Show for the second year in a row. The winning performance, entitled, "Get Schooled," incorporated stunts, acting, singing, tumbling, signing and dancing, resulting in a spectacular show.
Theta Omega Chapter (Barton College) wins Spirit Ball competition
April 8, 2016

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The Theta Omega Chapter took home the Spirit Ball on February 3, 2016 at the biggest basketball game of the season against rival Mount Olive College. "Our chapter competed against other Greek organizations and clubs on campus for our school pride," said Anna Batts, LAMP Editor.
Theta Omega (Barton College) collegian Hannah Finklestein on winning North Carolina Ethics Bowl team
May 17, 2016

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Theta Omega Chapter (Barton College) member Hannah Finklestein (third from left) competed in the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) Ethics Bowl at Meredith College. The team competed against 21 other schools and won first place.

"Competing in the NCICU Ethics Bowl has been as opportunity to push myself academically and as a clear communicator. Not only was I able to see what I can accomplish with a collaborative team, but I was able to talk with other students and successful professionals to continue to learn and deepen my understanding of pressing matters in society." Hannah said. She is a Middle School Education major and a senior at Barton.