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ZTA Recognized for Three FSL Awards

Each year, Iowa Fraternity and Sorority Life recognizes various individuals and chapters for their outstanding achievements and dedication. This year, Zeta Tau Alpha was honored to be recognized in three categories.

Grace Coleman

Helen Reich Scholarship

As the Dean of Women at The University of Iowa, Helen Reich advised the sorority community and served as a role model for the women of Iowa. This scholarship was created by the Panhellenic Council to honor a junior sorority member, regardless of council, on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service. Grace previously served on Executive Committee as Vice President of Programming, and currently serves on Programming Committee as Director of Membership Enrichment.

Caity Owens

Outstanding Community Service Award

This award honors one sorority member, regardless of council, for dedicating time and energy to the greater UI and Iowa City/Coralville communities. Caity previously served on Executive Committee as Vice President of Philanthropy, and currently serves as the Panhellenic Council Vice President for Philanthropy and Community Service.

Zeta Tau Alpha

Leadership & Educational Development

As a chapter, ZTA logged nearly 1,000 total service hours, and had one of the highest averages of service hours per member on campus. In total, we were able to raise $6,513 for Breast Cancer Education and Awareness in our spring 2020 semester. Additionally, our sisters in Dance Marathon contributed over $20,000 to support children fighting cancer in our community.

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