Eta Phi Zeta Day
Today, the Eta Phi Zeta Chapter is comprised of members residing in Durham, Orange, and Wake counties. We are intelligent, active, and creative women. We have careers in business, education, law, and social work. In addition to our busy careers, chapter members participate in a myriad of local and national philanthropies and service projects. Also, the chapter was the first to sponsor a youth-focused Blue Revue in the Triangle Area.
The Eta Phi Zeta Chapter serves as the sponsoring graduate chapter for the Omega Iota chapter located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The graduate sorors actively support the undergraduate sorors’ events, as well as their academic and personal pursuits. We strive to sponsor various service and social collaborations with Omega Iota and other Triangle Area chapters.
After 35 years of hard work, tireless efforts, and dedication to the Chapel Hill community, Mayor Kevin C. Foy of the Town of Chapel Hill, proclaimed September 19 as Eta Phi Zeta Day