Zeta Phi, Slippery Rock University

About Zeta Phi Chapter

Zeta Phi was founded on March 23, 1963 at Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, PA. We've been around 55 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 3. We currently have a total of 53 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.37! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 2033 service hours and $17412.12!

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$3,048
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$7,606

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Chapter News

Academic Achievement

Zeta Phi chapter at Slippery Rock University was awarded with an academic achievement award for the 2017 school year. Zeta Phi holds the highest GPA on campus.

Zeta Phi's sister, Julia, travels to St. Lucia

Our wonderful sister, Julia, had a wonderful opportunity to travel to St. Lucia this winter. Here is brief story about her experience:

"My name is Julia Aloisi. I am an Integrated Marketing Communication and Philanthropy and Nonprofit Management major here at Slippery Rock University. This past winter break, I traveled to Soufrière, Saint Lucia for 12 days. While in Saint Lucia, I taught dental health education to students in the infant schools (Grades K-2). I took 300 dental kits that included a new toothbrush, toothpaste, and flossers for the children. I also brought them coloring pages and a dental brushing chart to help keep their brushing on a routine schedule. I was also able to work with children in the special education school. However, I did not spend all my time working with children. I also had the opportunity to conduct a leadership workshop for young adults in Soufrière that are working in nonprofit organizations. I have always had a passion for traveling but this experience taught me so much about myself and the lifestyle of the Lucian people. I hope to return to Soufrière one day soon! Until then, my next adventure will be to Athens, Greece during Spring Break 2018 to work in local nonprofit organizations and tour the beautiful Ancient Greece."

Zeta Phi Chapter is number one in academics at Slippery Rock University

The Zeta Phi Chapter won Greek Week 2017 with their partner, Sigma Tau Gamma.

For the 2016-2017 semester, the average philanthropic hours contributed by each sister was nearly 39 hours. The average amount of philanthropic dollars contributed by each sister was $156.50.

Austen Tarabay, Francesca Ferrante, Kelsey Musich, Kayla True, Martina Mikulic, Lauren Debeic and Sara Moore were inducted to the Order of Omega, an honorary organization that serves to recognize outstanding leadership in fraternity and sorority community on college and university campuses

The Zeta Phi Chapter was named number one in academics out of all 13 fraternal organizations on Slippery Rock’s campus, as well as number one in philanthropic fundraising and hours among all six sororities.

Throughout the academic school year, the members of the Zeta Phi Chapter regularly participate with their local philanthropy VOICe. VOICe is a victim outreach intervention center for victims of domestic violence. Throughout the school year, the sisters of Zeta Phi make meals as well as donate items needed by the organization.

Zeta Phi Chapter wins Greek Week 2017 and holds highest GPA at Slippery Rock University out of all Greek organizations

The Zeta Phi Chapter at Slippery Rock University, teaming with the brothers of Sigma Tau Gamma, were named the winners of Greek Week 2017.

For the Spring 2017 semester, the Zeta Phi Chapter earned the highest academic GPA out of all 13 sororities and fraternities at Slippery Rock University. Members Kelsey Musich, Kayla Treu, Martina Mikulic, Lauren Debeic and Sara Moore were inducted into the Order of Omega, an undergraduate honor society for members of Greek life who have achieved a higher standard in leadership, academic and philanthropic activities.

Lindsey Crandell, Julie Sealy, Lauren Debeic, Elyssa Evans and Taylor Schultz volunteered to help those with intellectual disabilities on a spring break trip to Barcelona, Spain.

Rachel Truman participated in a spring break trip to volunteer at various school districts of the Dominican Republic.

In February, 2017, the Zeta Phi Chapter held its annual Hot Chocolate for Hearing fundraiser and raised over $100 for the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Throughout the semester, members created and donated meals for VOICe, a victim outreach center that provides services and shelter to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes.

On April 16, the sisters of the Zeta Phi Chapter partnered with the brothers of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and VOICe for the event Denim Day, which raises awareness about rape and sexual assault.

On April 8, members participated in Adopt-A-Highway, to keep 1-79 highway clean.

The first Painting With Turtles event was held on April 11, 2017 to benefit The Painted Turtle camp.

Zeta Phi members Payton Lewis and Taylor Bronowicz attended the Northeast Greek Leadership Association conference in February 2017.

Zeta Phi Chapter wins Greek Week at Slippery Rock University

The Zeta Psi Chapter at Slippery Rock University was declared Greek Week winners with partner fraternity Sigma Tau Gamma. The two Greek organizations were top in all Greek Week activities and fundraising for charity.

"The students put a lot of time and effort into having a successful week that really showcases the hard work that they do throughout the year," said Natalie Polana, a student affairs in higher education graduate student from Freeport and graduate assistant in SRU's Center for Student Involvement and Leadership. "This allows them to come together as a Greek community and celebrate their leadership opportunities and the relationships that they've fostered." (Slippery Rock University News)

See more at: http://www.sru.edu/news/050517c#sthash.wZuGt0sP.dpuf

Zeta Phi Chapter hosts first Sing It for Starkey event at Slippery Rock University
March 4, 2016



The Zeta Phi Chapter held its first annual Sing It for Starkey event on October 27, 2015 at Slippery Rock University. Seven organizations participated in a lip sync battle to benefit the Starkey Hearing Foundation. "We wanted to create an annual event that not only raised money for Starkey, but brought Greek life together to collaborate in a fun, entertaining way to represent unity and philanthropy," said    
Julie Sealy, Philanthropy Chairman.

The chapter also won two campus awards: Outstanding Community Service and also Best Collaboration with Pi Kappa Alpha for the university's annual 72-hour Bike-A-Thon.