Chapter History

Originally founded in 1898 by nine determined and independent women in Farmville, Virginia, Zeta has grown steadily ever since to include 238 chapters nationwide. The Gamma Pi chapter, chartered at the University of Georgia in 1949, is committed to excellence and was honored as the top Zeta chapter in the nation in 2004 and most recently 2011. 


Priding itself on exemplary leadership, involvement and service, Zeta is represented in a variety of campus organizations including Arch Society, Relay for Life, Georgia Recruitment Team, Leonard Leadership Scholars, UGA Miracle, and Crossroads. It's members other involvements include UGA Orientation Leaders, Miss Sorority Row, Greek Grind Champions, UGA Cheerleading, UGA Lacrosse, UGA Dance Dawgs, UGA Georgettes, UGA Panhellenic Executive Council, Dawg Camp Counselors, Foundation Fellows, UGA Honors Program, Hoop Girls for UGA Basketball, Gameday Recruiting Hosts for UGA Football, and much, much more!


The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha are an outstanding group of women who bring their diverse strengths together to form a bond treasured by all. Zeta allows women to explore what life has to offer while giving them support and friendship that will last a lifetime.

Most recently Gamma Pi won the Helen Margaret Harrison Award in 2012 and 2014 and 2016. We are the current award winners.


Connect with Us

Connect with HQ