Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc Quick Facts
National Founding: January 16, 1920 at Howard University, D.C.
Local Founding: 1954 as the Chi Alpha Chapter
Motto: “Sisterly Love, Finer Womanhood, Service, Scholarship”
Philanthropic Cause: March of Dimes
National Organization: www.zphib1920.org
Nickname: Zetas
Colors: Royal Blue and Pure White
Flower: The White Rose
Symbol: The White Dove

Zeta Phi Beta Chapter Statistics
Overall Chapter Score- 66.7%, Chapter is currently under administrative review.  An improvement plan is in place for the 2014-15 academic year.
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Spring 2013

  • Number of Active Member- 4
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 0
  • Chapter GPA- 2.231
  • New Members Inducted- 0
  • Number of Members who Depledged- N/A
  • New Member GPA- N/A
  • Total Building Damages- University House $2,109.97

Fall 2013

  • Number of Active Member- 2
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 0
  • Chapter GPA- 1.933
  • New Members Inducted- 0
  • Number of Members who Depledged- N/A
  • New Member GPA- N/A
  • Total Building Damages- University House $418.38

Zeta Phi Beta Contact Information
Chapter President: Omodolapo Ilelaboye
Primary Advisor:  Rosita Purnell-Henley
University House, House Manager:  2013-2014 Nate Culp, 2014-2015 Shaiann Grey

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.  Standards and Expectations Highlights
Academic Achievement
- 19.4%

Chapter Operations
- 58.1%

Risk Reduction
- 95.5%

House Management
- 100%

Programming- 71.9%

  • Chapter hosted a back to school BBQ for chapter member, students, and alumni.
  • Chapter co-sponsored multiple programs with other chapters, including and “Ordinary Injustices” program with Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and Black Student Union.
  • Chapter held their Finer Womanhood Week with a weeks’ worth of programming and information sessions about the chapter.
  • Chapter committed to service at T.A.S.K and donated over $100 to March of Dimes and American Cancer Society
  • Awards Received: Chapter was recognized as Most Improved Chapter

Leadership Development- 65%

  • Chapter members are leaders in outside organizations, and all members are in at least two other organizations outside of the sorority.
  • Chapter held retreats with alumnae during both semesters to make goals for the year.

Chapter Violations

  • 2013 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2012 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2011:Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0