Academics
Our Chapter prides itself on always striving to be the best we can be when it comes to our academic accomplishments. Our members strive to help each other always reach their top potential. Our Academic Chairwoman, Emily, creates a master schedule each semester so all members can view what classes they are in together or lend a helping hand to sisters who are taking a class they may have already taken.This past Spring our chapter's average GPA was a 3.41 beating last Spring's GPA of 3.37. We are currently hold the highest GPA among the Panhellenic community and are also above the all undergraduate GPA.
Chapter Involvement
Delta Zeta prides its self on having each member involved in at least one other organization on campus. Along with participating in other organizations we encourage our members to take active leadership positions within each group. Some of these other organizations include; Orientation Leader, Dance Marathon, Early Childhood Education, Student Organization of Social Workers, PRSSA, Civic Action Now, Color Guard, Hall Council, National Society for Leadership and Success, German CLuband many others. 

Some of the leadership positions our members hold in the variety of  organizations;
- 1 orientation Leader
- 12 Opening Weekend Group Leaders (OWGL)
- 6 steering members for Dance marathon
- 1 Panhellenic Executive member

Chapter Leaders

President
Allison Bierman
Vice President of Membership 
Samra Kajtezovic
Vice President of New Member Education 
Lisa Hamberg
Vice President of Programming 
Leah Myers
Vice President of Standards 
Kennedy McMillen
Treasurer
Amy Ficken
Secretary
Bailee Jesse
Academics
Monica Matticoli
House Manager
Jacque Gilbride


Chapter Updates
New Greek Housing!
BGSU is getting all new Greek Housing! This is our last year in the Delta Zeta house (located at 1241 East Wooster Street, by the Conklin dorms). The Houses will be torn down Summer of 2014. DZ will be getting a stand alone house with 18 bedrooms, the new houses should be completed and ready to open by Fall of 2016. More information can be located on the university's website: http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/sa/fraternityandsororitylife/page108062.html

*more information to come as available. 

Pink Goes Green Blog
Check out what Gamma Tau is doing to help with our new Pink Goes Green blog! http://dzgtpinkgoesgreen.wordpress.com/
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Member Spotlight
ΔZ Sister of Summer 2015 -- Leah Dickinson 
We are thrilled to announce that Leah Dickinson has been chosen as one of the 2014-2015 Florence Hood Minor Award recipients! The award is given to members who in their junior year made the greatest contribution to their college, chapter and Delta Zeta through outstanding leadership on the campus while maintaining a good academic record. 
Leah is going into her senior year as a Nursing student. From 2014-2015 she served on Panhellenic Council as VP of Membership Development. She also graduated from Basic Military Training in July 2014 & in August 2014 graduated as a personnelist from Keesler AFB.
Our Story
Founded on October 24, 1902 at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, Delta Zeta is one of the largest sororities, with more than 150 collegiate and 250 alumnae chapters worldwide. Delta Zeta unites its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, encourages the pursuit of knowledge, promotes, the moral and social culture of its members, and helps sisters develop plans for guidance and unity in action.
Philanthropy
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.


Pink Goes Green Updates
Celebrate World Wildlife Day on March 3!

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Recruitment
Delta Zeta participates in BGSU's Formal Recruitment. Formal recruitment for the 2015-2016 academic school year will be separated into a two weekend event.

Dates:
August 28th-30th and September 4th-6th

Registration is required to go through Formal Recruitment, which can be found at https://bgsu.mycampusdirector.com/register/ (The deadline is Thursday, August 27th, 2015 at noon.)


Welcome
June 14th, 2015

Hello! Thank you for your interest in Delta Zeta Sorority!

The members of the Gamma Tau Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority and I are delighted that you are visiting our website. My name is Jacque Gilbride and I am the President of Delta Zeta at Bowling Green State University.

Our purpose in Delta Zeta is to enrich our members' college years, our campus, our community and beyond. Delta Zeta membership endures for a lifetime. It is not a club, but a commitment to live our lives with the highest of values. Membership involves many privileges and obligations. We strive to excel in the areas of academic achievement, philanthropy, community service, campus involvement, personal growth, leadership development, and social success.

Our chapter takes pride in our vast improvement over the past few years. We have received the Chapter of Excellence Award at BGSU for the past three years, held the highest Panhellenic GPA for two consecutive years, received most improved academics in our region, and all of our women are each involved in a non-Greek organization outside of Delta Zeta. Our chapter prides itself on our sisterhood and all of the unique individuals that make DZ complete.

Thank you for taking the time to explore Delta Zeta. Please contact me at gjacque@bgsu.edu if you have any questions!

In the flame,

Jacque Gilbride
President, Bowling Green State Universtiy 
Gamma Tau Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority