Go Greek!

Letter from our Recruitment Director

    My name is Audrey Tomlinson and I am the Vice President of Membership for the Delta Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta. Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University (Ohio) in 1902. Currently, Delta Zeta has 166 collegiate chapters across the U.S and Canada. These collegiate women and our alumnae are paving the way for a better world. Delta Zeta’s are committed to being lifelong learners while working to lead and serve others. Our foundation is centered on giving graciously of our time and resources to support our communities and the philanthropies we hold close to our hearts. Delta Zeta supports the Starkey Hearing Foundation and The Painted Turtle Camp. You can learn more about these great organizations on our Philanthropy tab.

    Going Greek is such a unique opportunity with so much to offer for potential new members. Recruitment is a once in a lifetime experience that we would love for all of you to take part in. I challenge you all to go outside of your comfort zone, meet new people and become a part of one of the amazing organizations on this campus.

    As a Delta Zeta, you will leave college with unforgettable memories, a foundation for leadership, and irreplaceable friendships. We welcome you to view the rest of our website and hope that you will get a closer look into the fun and exciting sisterhood that Delta Zeta shares.

    On behalf of Delta Zeta, I want to welcome you to campus and we look forward to meeting you during Formal Recruitment in the Fall!

Interested in Greek Life at Truman? Check out http://greeklife.truman.edu for more info!