It is always an honor to be recognized on campus. Delta Zeta has continued to show that we are an asset to both Truman State and the Kirksville community, and below are some concrete examples of just how motivated we are to help!

Delta Zeta Awards 2017-2018: 

Panhellenic Council Chapter of the Year
Outstanding Community Service Award
Won 4 Spirit Sticks during Greek Week 2018
Raised over $4,000 during Greek Week 2018
3rd Place Overall in Greek Week 2018

Greek Week 2018:

    During this past Greek Week, Truman Greek partnered with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, a nonprofit organization that works to strengthen communities through providing children with one book each month at their reading level. Our work in philanthropy during this year’s Greek Week directly benefitted the Kirksville area, as we participated in the Imagination Library’s program through the Kirksville Kiwanis Club. Overall, Greek life raised over $24,000 for children around the Kirksville area— in total we were able to sponsor 900 children for a year. Delta Zeta placed second in philanthropy for Greek Week 2018, raising over $4,000 as a chapter. We were so grateful to take part in helping out such an amazing cause. We also took home the spirit stick of Greek Life four times, and our very own Mary-Kate Mudd won Greek Week Queen!

Order of Omega: 

    Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of Greek organizations. Order of Omega recognizes juniors and seniors who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the Greek, campus, and local community. Delta Zeta is proud to have several initiated members including Katie King (Fall ’14), Tessa Kraemer (Fall ’14), Taylor Layton (Fall ’14), Marisa Meiners (Fall ’14), Claire Mueller (Fall ’14), Mackenzie Maberry (Fall ’14), Audrey Tomlinson (Fall ’15), Anna Gerst (Fall ’15), Taylor Roberts (Fall ’15), Mary O’Leary (Fall ’15), Konner Kness (Fall ’15), Hannah Finnell (Fall ’16), Rebecca Rothe (Fall ’16), Alexandra Woody (Spring ’17).