The Iota Phi chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha is the 211th link out of 250 links around the country. On February 4, 1989 the Iota Phi chapter was established at NC State University.
Founded: October 15, 1898 at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia
Colors: Steel Gray, Turquoise Blue
Symbols: Crown, Strawberries
Flower: White Violet
Motto: "Seek the Noblest"
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness
On February 4, 1989 the Iota Phi chapter was established at NC State University. Since then, our chapter has been ranked in the top 10 chapters in the nation and has repeatedly received honors and awards from International Office. This past year at the 2014 International Convention in California, our chapter received Crown Chapter and the Anne Winnes Redman Service Award for having the greatest amount of service hours! Our Iota Phi ladies averaged over 32 hours each. Our sisters continually receive awards from Greek Life for their relentless dedication to their studies and involvement around campus.
Sisterhood is a major part of our chapter! Zeta sisters are always there to pick you up when you fall and cheer you on as you succeed. Eating meals at the house is a great way to spend time with each other, whether you live in the house or not. Living in the Zeta house is another way that our members foster sisterhood. Our house has space for 40 girls, and is composed of 20 double rooms. Anyone can apply to live in the house- even freshmen members can move in for the second semester! ZTA's are constantly doing activities together and going on vacations together. Here, you will meet friends you will have a lifetime.
The Iota Phi chapter is proud of our scholastic achievements and encourage our members to strive towards academic success. We even have a study room for all sisters to use in the ZTA house! During exam weeks there are always snacks for the study sessions at the ZTA house. Members who achieve Dean’s List are invited to the Dean’s List banquet and rewarded with gift cards. The ZTA Foundation also awards scholarships to deserving ZTA members!