In honor of 90 years of Panhellenic on Auburn University’s campus, each week Panhellenic will be spotlighting one chapter of our 18 sororities.
This week we will be featuring Delta Zeta.
Delta Zeta’s symbol is the diamond and the killarney rose. Their mascot is the turtle, and their colors are pink and green. Their motto is “That I may walk truly in the light of the flame”. Delta Zeta was the second sorority chartered on Auburn University's campus.
Delta Zeta hosts two philanthropy events every year in the fall and spring semesters.
Delta Zeta hosts Hamburgers for Hearing and Delta Ziti, a pasta bar event.
Both events raise money for Delta Zeta’s philanthropy with supports speech and hearing. As a chapter, the women of Delta Zeta have raised $58,474 for their philanthropy.
Lauren Campisi was awarded the Jean H. Wells award on March 20, 2018. The Epsilon Eta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma wanted to recognize a Panhellenic Woman who had showed Mrs. Well‚ a dedication to volunteerism, involvement, and spirit. Grace Anne Latimer received the Panhellenic Endowed Award. The Panhellenic Scholarship is presented based on the recipient‚ financial need, involvement in both sorority and campus activities, and grade point average. Lyndsey Davis, was chosen to serve Auburn Panhellenic as Vice President for Recruitment.
On October 7, 2018, the annual Miss Auburn University pageant was held. The Beta Xi chapter of Delta Zeta had two participants, Taylor Hoff and Anne Landau. Anne was given the Miss Congeniality award and received $100 in scholarship money. Taylor received 3rd runner up and $2000 in scholarships