Chapter Founding: September 2009
Years Active: 2009 - Present
Kappa Zeta (KZ)
Kappa Zeta, a local sorority, was established at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in September, 2009.
Purpose of Kappa Zeta
The object of the sorority shall be to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to promote the moral and social cultural of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action, objects worthy of the highest aim of associated effort.
KZ is a sorority made up of diverse and well-rounded women. We appreciate the fact that everyone is unique, hence our motto "Individually Unique, Together Complete". Our individuality is what makes KZ Special. We have sisters from all backgrounds, majors, strengths, and interests.
Hazing? Not Here
Kappa Zeta is a non-hazing organization. The purpose of our New Member Education program is to educate new members about sorority and greek life, history, traditions, and bonding opportunites with the current sisters.
Grades are important to the sisters of Kappa Zeta. We are driven to succeed academically and encourage others to do the same. KZ has consistently had one of, if not the highest GPAs among greeks at UPJ.
Many of our sisters are active in different organizations on campus, including athletics, Student Government Association, Programming Board, Dance Ensemble, Housing and Residence Life, and intramurals, Red Cross Club, Tri Beta, just to name a few.
Joining Kappa Zeta is not only about the years that you spend in college. The friendships and relationships that you make will last a lifetime.
DEVELOPER NOTES: The above information is from the chapter website for Kappa Zeta. You may wish to have other information here on this page.
Motto: “The Key to Sisterhood.”
Colors: Lavender and Silver
Jewels: Amethyst and Diamond
Flower: Gerber Daisy
Philanthropy: Leukemia and Lymphoma
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DEVELOPER NOTES: Founding sisters and numbers go here: see Omega Alpha Tau or Delta Chi for an example of what we are putting in this field. Jan 19, 2015
Last edited: 18 Jan 2015. Bernard Martin