Congratulations on your acceptance to Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana's premier urban public research institution, located in the heart of Indianapolis. The opportunity to become a member of the Greek community at IUPUI is one of the most fantastic opportunities here on campus. Going Greek provides you with the chance to become a leader on campus, work closely with multiple philanthropies, and helps you connect with hundreds of women and men within the IUPUI community.
Each year, Lambda Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha looks to find the most outstanding women to join our sisterhood. We encourage you to visit our campus Panhellenic website, where you can register for recruitment and find out other important information, IUPUI Panhellenic.
Consistent with our Founders' thoughts in 1898, our primary purpose is to create an environment four our members in which lasting friendships and vows of sisterhood emanate an atmosphere which will foster high ideals of friendship among college women, promote their educational and cultural interests, create in them a true sense of social responsibility, and develop high qualities of character.
The minimum GPA requirement is 2.5. For members who drop below this GPA, they will be required to have meeting with our Academic Achievement Chair and assigned study hours.
ZTA prides itself on fostering sisterhood among its members. Part of committing to sisterhood means taking responsibility for yourself and your actions, as well as showing care and concern for others. Following ZTA policies and making safety a priority is big part of every Zeta’s personal responsibility.
Alcohol & Drugs Policy:
The primary policies ZTA has concerning alcohol and drugs boil down to following local, state and federal laws.
Alcohol: The possession, sale, use or consumption of alcoholic beverages while on chapter premises or during a fraternity event, in any situation sponsored or endorsed by the chapter, or at any event an observer would associate with the fraternity, must be in compliance with any and all applicable laws of the state, province, county, city and institution of higher education and must comply with either the BYOB or Third-Party Vendor guidelines.
Illegal Drugs and Controlled Substances: The possession, sale or use of any illegal drugs or controlled substances while on chapter premises, during a fraternity event or at any event that an observer would associate with the fraternity, is strictly prohibited.
No alcohol, marijuana, illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia are allowed in Zeta Tau Alpha facilities.
Zeta Tau Alpha condones no form of hazing by any alumna, initiated member or new member. Such activities are not compatible with the ideals and traditions of the Fraternity and reflect negatively on the organization.
ZTA collegiate chapters are required to develop a new member program that reflects the true meaning and high standards of sisterhood that in no way demeans, embarrasses or endangers an initiated member or new member. Chapters that fail to uphold this policy will be placed on National Probation, which can lead to revocation of the chapter’s charter.
If a member believes that activities in her chapter may constitute hazing, or if she feels in any way hazed by individual members, she should immediately contact her New Member Advisor, General Advisor or Province President/Mentor/Director of New Chapters, or call International Office at (317) 872-0540.
If she is uncomfortable speaking to a ZTA about the activity, she may call the Greek Anti-Hazing Hotline at 1-888-NOT-HAZE (888-668-4293). Callers may remain anonymous or they can provide personal information so that their concerns can be responded to directly.
Alumnae, collegiate members and new members have a responsibility to refuse to participate in any form of hazing or permitting it to happen to another Zeta Tau Alpha.
For any other Zeta specific recruitment questions, feel free to contact our Vice President III of Recruitment at email@example.com.