| Academics |

At Delta Zeta we pride ourselves in achieving high academic standards. We offer continuous support for all our chapter members. We have organized study hours each week where members can study together in a quiet area. In addition, we utilize Turtle Tutors, where women are paired with one another to enhance academic learning. Numerous resources are available at the chapter house including computers and study files filled with old exams and notes. 

If you have questions about our academics and high standards, please feel free to contact Delta Zeta's Academic Chair.
Morgan Bowman |


Chapter Involvement

| Delta Zeta on Campus | 

Delta Zeta's are not only dedicated to the sorority and community, but display leadership throughout Iowa State University. We make it a priority to become involved in at least two student organizations. We have a broad range of interests and enjoy getting the most out of our college experience! Check out all the organizations we're involved in campus wide. 

Ad Club | Cy Squad | Cyclone Alley | Dance Marathon | Ethos Magazine | Event Management Club | Fashion Show | Greek Week Aide | Government of the Student Body | Greek Week Central | Hip-Hop Club | Honors Psychology | Fraternity | Homecoming Central | Hope for Africa | Hospitality Club | Iowa State Daily | ISD Style | ISU Blood Drive | ISU Cheer Squad | ISU Dance Team | Marketing Club | National Society of Collegiate Scholars | National Society of Minorities in Hospitality | Order of Omega | Polar Bear Plunge | Pre Dental Club | Pre Med Club | Pre Vet Club | PRSSA | Psych Club | Rho Gamma, Recruitment Counselors | Rho Lambda Honorary Society | Relay For Life | SALT Company | SCM Club | Ski & Snowboard Club | Student Alumni Association | TOMS Shoe Club | Trend Magazine


Contact Us
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President | Shelby Brandt
Vice President of Recruitment| Lauren Lindorff

Delta Zeta’s national philanthropy, supported by both collegiate and alumnae chapters, is speech and hearing and The Painted Turtle camp.  Delta Zeta's partnerships with and The Painted Turtle and The Starkey Hearing Foundation were announced at the 2006 National Convention.  All of these important programs provide additional volunteer and giving opportunities for collegiate and alumnae members.

Chapters also support local and national speech and hearing organizations, such as Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., the only four-year liberal arts school in the world devoted wholly to the needs, instruction, and training of young people who are deaf, and the House Ear Institute, which is one of the world's foremost research, teaching, and treatment centers in the field of hearing.

The Painted Turtle Camp is an organization that provides quality care for ill children. This amazing facility allows sick children to simply be kids while still receiving proper care that they would not be provided at a typical camp. Twice a year, new Delta Zeta members make tie blankets for children at the Painted Turtle Camp.

| Pie the Prez |
Our newest philanthropy event was Pie the Prez. For $4.00 and 2 pie's, students were allowed to pie executive members from each fraternity and sorority chapter here at Iowa State University. This event was extremely successful thanks to the help and support of every single chapter and their members. Money raised went to help package goods to send to our troops overseas.

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| Recruitment Update |

 Formal recruitment will be held August 14th through August 19th . The Beta Kappa Chapter currently has 113 Chapter members and is looking forward to meeting you during recruitment this year! 

For questions regarding recruitment please contact the Office of Greek Affairs 

(515) 294-1023 | 



Welcome to
- Delta Zeta -
Beta Kappa Chapter at Iowa State University