Zeta Tau Alpha

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Epsilon Chapter 
530 N Oakland 
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Zeta Tau Alpha crest

National Website

Chapter Website

Nickname  Zeta

Philanthropy  Breast Cancer Awareness & Education

Spring 2018:  3.491
Fall 2018:        3.484

Colors  Turquoise Blue & Steel Gray

Flower  White Violet

Symbols  5-Pointed Crown

Date Founded October  15, 1898 at Longwood College

Established at U of A  1903

Famous Alumnae
Margana Wood, Miss Texas
Erin Andrews, Fox and ESPN sports broadcaster
Phyllis George Brown, Miss America 1971 and first female sportscaster in 1975
Susan Ford Bales, daughter of  President Gerald Ford
Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson

Fun Fact  We are the largest and longest standing ZTA chapter in the world.

Contact Information
Madison Anderson, President   
Abby Kingensmith, Vice President  
Caitlin Prechtl, Recruitment Chair  

Letters of Recommendation

Send Recommendation Letters to
Caitlin Prechtl
530 N. Oakland
Fayetteville, AR  72701

Our chapter requires a PNM to have one recommendation letter; one MIS form which is found on our website zetataualpha.org under the "Sisters Only" tab, look for an option to "Recommend a Member"; and one resume.

Chapter Awards
Helping Hands Award - 2018
Nelly Galloway Shearer Achievement Award - 2018
Crown Chapter Award - every year
ZTA Nationally Recognized Silver - 2017
Highest GPA 2017 - 2nd place