Kappa Omicron

Merrimack College

Chapter History

The Kappa Omicron Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha began at Merrimack College on April 20, 2001. One of two sororities on our campus, Zeta Tau Alpha is home to many of Merrimack's most promising and well-rounded women. Our members take pride not only in their membership to Zeta Tau Alpha, but their commitments to their outside leadership positions, their academics, and their sisters. With over 240,000 initiated members, Zeta Tau Alpha is the third largest National Panhellenic Group in the country. Originally founded at the Female Normal School (now Longwood University) on October 15, 1898, Zeta works to promote Breast Cancer Education and Prevention. Every year the Kappa Omicron sisters put a tremendous amount of time and effort into fundraising. In past years, our chapter has raised over $10,000 dollars for Breast Cancer Education and Prevention.

 

Being a part of Zeta Tau Alpha is much more than being a part of a nation wide sorority; ZTA provides you with the tools needed to become a more confident person. If you are looking for  campus involvement, leadership positions, academic excellence, and a lifelong sisterhood, Seek the Noblest and join Zeta Tau Alpha.