Theta Psi, Ashland University

About Theta Psi Chapter

Theta Psi was founded on November 20, 1965 at Ashland University in Ashland, OH. We've been around 51 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 5. We currently have a total of 62 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.13! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 0 service hours and $0.00!

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Theta Psi Chapter wins Outstanding Chapter of the Year at Ashland University

At the 2017 Ashland University Greek Honors Awards Reception, the Theta Psi Chapter received the following awards: The Connie Hoffman Outstanding Sorority Scholarship Program, Sandra Gates Outstanding Community Service Project, Outstanding Philanthropic Project, Outstanding Risk Management, Emerging Leader Award: Liz Bucci, Outstanding New Member Development Program and 2017 Outstanding Chapter of the Year.

"The members of the Theta Psi Chapter built programs and worked together to bring the chapter to its fullest potential," said Alexandra Groh, LAMP Editor.

Theta Psi Chapter (Ashland University) participates in Project Linus to help hospitalized children

The Theta Psi Chapter's Vice President of Philanthropy, Liz Bucci, organized a two-day sale of candy grams for Valentines Day, which raised funds donated to the Delta Zeta Foundation.

"Many of our members participated in Project Linus," said Alexandra Groh, LAMP Editor, "making blankets for kids in the hospital, and all of our sisters had a great time bonding and making the blankets."



Theta Psi Chapter (Ashland University) raises more than $9,700 for speech and hearing

The Theta Psi Chapter at Ashland University hosted its fifth annual Killarney Rose Ball, a silent auction to raise money for the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The event was very successful, raising more than $9,755 for speech and hearing.

Theta Psi Alumnae from Ashland University reunite
October 29, 2015

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On Labor Day weekend of 2015, Delta Zetas and Ashland University graduates from the 1970s gathered for a reunion.
"About 75 alumnae participated," said Karen Terhune Duncan, who chaired the event. They arrived from as far away as California, Oregon, Texas, Florida and Massachusetts and were students at Ashland from 1968 to 1979.

A group of eight alumnae from the class of 1974 have vacationed together every year since graduation. Another group of 10 have met around the country for decades.

While some did not know each other while they were at Ashland, because the reunion spanned all the classes of the 1970s, they all knew of each other through "family trees" or because someone held an office and another followed her lead. Hundreds found each other on an Ashland alumnae Facebook page. "Even for those who could not come, many have reconnected with a roommate or a big sister. It's been astonishing to see the friendships reunited through social media; something we could never have imagined when we were in college," Karen added.
The reunion included time with the collegiate members of the Theta Psi Chapter, "a remarkable group of young women<" Karen said. On Saturday evening, they held a Pink & Green Gala, raising more than $3,000 for a scholarship for collegiate members of the chapter.
"We felt privileged to have had the opportunity to attend such a college and to be part of the Delta Zeta sisterhood," Karen said. "And we are thrilled to be able to come back, together, to celebrate our remarkable friendships."