Pictured left to right, Hannah Lovvorn, Carmen Brothers, Carolyn Hof Carpenter (National ZTA president) and Rebekah Beasley.
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority at Jacksonville State University wins top award June 27-July 1. Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority held its biennial National ZTA convention in Orlando, Fla.
National Officers and delegates from each of ZTA’s collegiate and alumnae chapters across the country attended the convention to elect the new National Council, learn about new fraternity programming, and to recognize ZTA chapters who have excelled over the past two years. JSU chapter delegates were Rebekah Beasley, president; Carmen Brothers, vice president of recruitment; and Hannah Lovvorn, vice president of new members. Zeta Psi chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha at Jacksonville State was honored to receive The Merit Award, which is the third highest award given by the Fraternity, a distinction that ranks JSU’s ZTA chapter third among all ZTA chapters in the nation.
Zeta Psi Chapter of ZTA at JSU also took home the Quota/Total Award for maintaining maximum chapter size and the prestigious Crown Chapter Award, which is awarded by ZTA National Council. In addition, the JSU chapter was given the Academic Achievement Award for maintaining a Highly Commendable GPA of at least a 3.0 or higher each semester (the chapter achieved a 3.61 this Spring 2018 semester). Lastly, JSU’s ZTA chapter was inducted into the Founders Club, for chapters who raise the most money for the national philanthropy, Breast Cancer Education and Awareness. Zeta Psi chapter at JSU raised over $106,000 for the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation over the biennium, the 16th highest amount raised among all ZTA chapters.
For more information about ZTA at JSU, visit jsu.zetataualpha.org.