James E. Greer, Jr. Presidents’ Leadership Academy and Emerging Leaders Institute
Chapter and Prospective Chapter Presidents are the driving force behind the potential success of a student group. The 2023 James E. Greer, Jr. Presidents’ Leadership Academy (PLA) helps those leaders who choose to serve Zeta Beta Tau to come together in an intensive leadership development experience that challenges brothers to create positive change in their chapters and communities by equipping them with the necessary tools and skills.
The Emerging Leaders Institute (ELI) is the first experience with the greater ZBT Brotherhood for most of the participants. It’s an honor to help these brothers in their first or second years in the Fraternity learn about the broader impact they can make. ELI is hosted concurrently with PLA each January in Charlotte, N.C. Congratulations to those brothers who participated in this year’s program!
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Psi (University of Alabama)
The Chapter hosted an educational workshop on both the International Fraternity and local chapter heritage, featuring included alumni speakers. For the fall semester, 12 brothers were on the President’s List and 23 were on the Dean’s List for their academic successes.
Mitchell E. Davis, 2024, was tapped into the 110th class of the Jasons Senior Honorary. He continues a long list of ZBTs being inducted into Jasons. Four brothers were inducted into Order of Omega: Brother Davis, Sammy M. Sikora, 2024, Nicholas R. Siegel, 2024, and Maxwell R. Drucker, 2024.
Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona)
The new Executive Board officers starting in February were Jake Roelen, 2026, Fran Virgen, 2023, Wyatt Pratt, 2025, Garrett Myers, 2024, Jackson Hopper, Dillon Hennesy, 2025, Jake Baer, 2025, Adam Pearlman and Austin Raben. The Chapter has a robust committee structure that allows most of the brothers to serve in some role. The Chapter has a goal to improve philanthropic efforts.
Gamma Tau (Arizona State University)
Brothers serving on the 2023 Executive Board are Niklas Lombardi, 2023, Broedy Scherer, 2024, Griffin Howell, 2024, Joseph Vardayo, 2025, Matt Welder, 2024, Kyle Moomjian, 2024, TK Reed, 2024, and Jackson Panneton. The new leaders are working on improving the brotherhood standards process and creating a signature philanthropy.
Phi Theta Gamma (Lyon College)
Fall community service event was cleaning up Polk Bayou in Batesville and working with Kappa Sigma to repaint the campus basketball court as a collaborative effort between fraternities.
Alpha Delta in Southern California
Brothers went to an L.A. Clippers game in early March. Over the long weekend for President’s Day, brothers went hiking and skiing.
Alpha Eta (University of California, Berkeley)
Elan Donel, 2023, grew up in Los Angeles and is a senior studying Philosophy. He operates a nonprofit organization, Spare a Pair at Berkeley, which looks to provide the community’s less fortunate with essential footwear. Two other brothers, Cameron Feldmar, 2025, and Ariel Esagoff, 2023, have been working with Spare a Pair as well and the organization is growing. Contact Brother Donel at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
“Having the nucleus of brothers to help you through rough times and celebrate with you during the highs has been a one-of-one experience. Roles throughout the house have given me the confidence to try new things on campus,” he said in a social media feature.
Brother Ryan Keane, 2023, committed to Harvard Law School.
Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles)
ZBT brothers had a blast showing off their dodgeball skills at Kappa Delta’s philanthropy event in late February, all for a great cause. They had a mixer with Delta Gamma in early March.
Beta Lambda (San Diego State University)
Brothers shared a “ZBTea” with their chapter coach on a visit in March. Chapter leaders are actively working to improve their reputation on campus and build out more brotherhood events. Brothers participate in many campus activities and would like to connect with alumni.
Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach)
The Chapter partnered with Long Beach Hillel again for a Gift of Life swab event. In early March, the brothers had a community service activity at Long Beach Samaritan House, preparing some meals for those in hard times.
Eta Upsilon (Santa Clara University)
Brothers enjoy a lot of bonding activities and have worked to offer good brotherhood events. They have had a video game night, group rock climbing and a ZBT educational workshop where they discussed the Credo, values and what it means to be a ZBT. The Chapter had a progressive dinner where brothers changed seats to share a meal with a variety of others.
Eta Mu (California Polytechnic State-San Luis Obispo)
Brothers enjoyed Moms’ Weekend. The Chapter sent a huge thank you to all of the amazing moms that came out, we hope you had as much fun as we all did! In early December, Eta Mu hosted a ZBTaco philanthropy event. Taco sales benefitted Hawthorne Elementary, a local elementary school that the Chapter has supported for a few years. Brothers hosted a car wash for philanthropy as well.
This Chapter has excellent operations and communications. Brothers serve as Interfraternity Council leaders consistently. For fun, brotherhood events include skiing, water sports, hiking and going to concerts.
Gamma Beta (California State University-Northridge)
Get on the Ball was hosted in both fall and spring with great support. A supplemental event was the fun Pie-A-Zeeb. Brothers love playing basketball and broomball and going to concerts.
The current Executive Board is Adrian Salazar, 2024, Irshad Zahidi, 2024, Roman Tijerina, Ian Schwab, Graeme Macpherson, Austin Raiff, 2023, Benjamin Calderon, 2023, and Jose Prieto.
Gamma Xi (University of California-Santa Barbara)
The Chapter hosted a pumpkin carving fundraiser in support of antisemitism prevention efforts by the Anti-Defamation League. The Chapter extended special thanks to Philanthropy Director, Andrew (Drew) H. Shyman, 2025, for coming up with this great idea and organizing the event.
Brothers had a winter formal trip to Big Bear and love bonding over skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding and of course surfing. In spring, a team of brothers won an intramural basketball championship. Parents Weekend was very highly attended and regarded. Brothers have a positive attitude, a dedication to ZBT and willingness to learn.
Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder)
Brothers from Beta Alpha Theta and the Iota Chapter at University of Denver had a fun touch football game. As a service event, they had a clothing drive for those in need in the local community.
Iota (University of Denver)
Brothers collected and donated more than 500 pairs of socks in a recent service event.
Eta Omicron (Quinnipiac University)
The Chapter collected donations to go to the families of two local Bristol police officers who were killed in the line of duty. Brothers set up a table on campus for this initiative. In February, they hosted a fundraiser for the family of a North Haven Fire Department firefighter who lost his life in the line of duty. The Chapter also planned a heritage educational opportunity with Rabbi Reena from the Peter C. Hereld House for Jewish Life.
Beta Psi (American University)
The Chapter hosted an educational speaker from American Jewish Committee (AJC) on the history and myths surrounding antisemitism and combating antisemitism in the modern day. Featured speaker was Alyssa Weiner Sandler, Associate Director for Combatting Antisemitism.
Brothers Victor Vernick and Brandon H. Leach visited the Embassy of Israel as part of a trip with Students Supporting Israel.
The Chapter hosted a Gift of Life swab drive, collecting 45 swabs for ZBT’s service partner.
The Chapter has a good on campus presence and hosts many brotherhood events and educational programs.
Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington University)
Parents’ Weekend featured a bagel breakfast with coffee and family connections. The Chapter hosted a swab drive for Gift of Life Marrow Registry, collecting 130 samples.
Brotherhood events included a poker tournament (fake money only!), basketball tournament, watch parties for major sports events and a barbecue. The Chapter also has mixers and get-togethers with women’s organizations.
Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware)
The Chapter hung out with their B+ Foundation Hero Jimmy at the UDance dance marathon kickoff event in October. UDance supports the fight against childhood cancer. The Epsilon Theta Chapter has worked with the Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation for several years. The B+ Foundation raises money to provide financial and emotional support to families of children with cancer nationwide and fund critical, cutting-edge childhood cancer research.
Brothers took part in the IFC-sponsored spring campus cleanup.
Each semester, Epsilon Theta has a paintball game as a brotherhood event. Brothers had a great time.
Alpha Omega (University of Miami)
The Chapter supported a great cause with Get on the Ball over the last week benefitting the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. The kickoff event was Zonk a Zeeb. Additional events to help raise funds included games, doughnut sales and a concert, and of course the opportunity to sign the giant ball. Both semesters this year, the chapter raised about $5,000 for philanthropy.
The Chapter has a close relationship with Chabad and has monthly heritage events. Brothers have regular brotherhood events including attending baseball games, playing paintball and quality time with alumni.
Alpha Zeta (University of Florida)
Five brothers joined the UF TAMID, a firm that promotes U.S. student experiential learning by connecting them with Israeli start-up companies, in the fall: Adam Chopp; Samuel M. Hodes, 2025; Gregory Cohen; Max N. Ross, 2025; and Blake J. Rand, 2025.
The Chapter is very committed to philanthropy. The spring ZBTahiti Volleyball Tournament benefitted Children’s Miracle Network and JWI with more than $10,000 raised.
Delta Iota (University of Central Florida)
The Chapter provides great support to Chabad and is very involved with other fraternities and sororities on campus. The Executive Board has clear goals and is working on improving operational structures.
The spring Tahiti Sweetie event raised funds for Children’s Miracle Network and Jewish Women’s International. Brothers volunteered with Chabad to support the Mega Shabbat event earlier this year that brought Jewish values and education to hundreds of students.
Delta Omicron (University of Tampa)
Brothers took part in a cleanup day at the beach with Pure Tampa. Greek Week 2023 was the last week of February. The Chapter was on Team Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader with Kappa Alpha Theta, Zeta Phi Beta and Sigma Gamma Rho. In total, Greek Week raised over $85,000 toward suicide prevention. The Chapter also had Get on the Ball.
Eta Rho (Florida International University)
The Chapter is looking to grow the programming and philanthropic opportunities it offers. Brothers are very social and involved with other fraternity and sorority organizations. Eta Rho had a Brotherhood Retreat in late fall.
Eta Rho celebrated their local founding day on April 12. Engagement from brothers has improved through the spring semester.
Gamma Chi (University of South Florida)
The Chapter in March was happy to host Moms’ Weekend. The 4v4 Intramural Flag Football team took home the championship at USF. The chapter has strong leadership and enjoys brotherhood bonding activities.
University of North Florida Prospective Chapter
Brothers took part in an Alpha Chi Omega sorority mini golf fundraiser helping “putt” an end to domestic violence in October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Eta Lambda (Emory University)
Brothers are very active with the Greek community campus. Recently helped the Tri Delta Chapter with their November fundraiser for St. Jude and also provided support to a Kappa Alpha Theta event. They had a bake sale as a fundraiser for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Brothers recruited two new members in rolling spring recruitment.
House upgrades and renovations included new paneling in the stairwell, new carpet in the bar room, new side door, and new fixtures in the upstairs bathroom. The pool table was re-felted and moved upstairs thanks to generous donations from recent alumni.
The brothers are excited to participate in the upcoming Get on the Ball effort. ZBT’s Get on the Ball Week kicked off and concluded with the campus-wide Dance Marathon. One brother, Irvin C. Angeles, 2023, recently visited with children at the local Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Gamma (Northwestern University)
The Chapter continues to operate with some limitations based on a university decision. They are working to return to the Chapter house in fall. The Executive Board is planning community service and education events to close the year. Gamma Chapter’s GPA is a strong 3.7.
Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
A brotherhood event was a fun 3×3 basketball tournament on the new goal at the Chapter house. In November, ZBT sponsored the annual Brett Lerner Memorial Shabbat at Illini Chabad, in tribute to a brother who died several years ago in a tragic accident. In December, six seniors sat on a panel for the rest of the Rho Chapter, sharing the lessons they learned in college in addition to sharing their tentative plans after graduating. Some of the memorable topics covered were how and why to get involved on campus and favorite brotherhood memory.
Delta Lambda (Monmouth College)
The Chapter worked on its Adopt-a-Highway area, typically cleaned up once a year.
Brother Corey D. Pevitz, 2024, organized a hazing prevention and awareness program for the MC Interfraternity Council in the fall.
Brother Jacob T. Rathgeb, 2023, served this year as both Interfraternity Council and Student Senate President at Monmouth.
As part of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the brothers of ZBT had the pleasure of attending Shabbat services at Temple Shalom in Galesburg, Illinois. The Chapter stated it is thankful for the opportunity to further embrace ZBT’s Jewish heritage and looks forward to working with the congregation in the future.
Alpha Alpha (Purdue University)
The Chapter hosted its recurring Puppies on the Porch fundraiser with proceeds going to local animal shelter Natalie’s Second Chance. The shelter brings puppies to the porch of the chapter house and for a small fee, fellow Purdue students can pet, play with and walk the animals.
The annual Brotherhood Retreat was in early October. The Chapter shared on social media that it was nice to have the entire chapter spend the full day together. November 5 was Dads Day with tailgating games and food before the Purdue football game and poker. Some brothers went to the Big 10 Championship game between Purdue and Michigan.
Beta Gamma (Indiana University)
Brothers closed the fall semester by participating in the campus’ largest Shabbat with IU Chabad. Some brothers met the university president at the event.
Epsilon Mu (University of Kansas)
The new Executive Board at Epsilon Mu began their service the first week of 2023. The Chapter is working hard to improve education offerings and operations. The current leadership said social events are important but they are working to learn how to always keep safety and risk prevention in the forefront. At Thanksgiving, they hosted a meal and touch football at the house. In early December, brothers had a community service day cleaning up the area around Lake Potter.
Alpha Iota (University of Kentucky)
The Prospective Chapter had its first Gift of Life swab drive as a philanthropy event. In early December, Alpha Iota paired with Kentucky Hillel to host ZBT Shabbat as a heritage event. Brothers enjoy boating and cheering on the Wildcats.
Sigma (Tulane University)
Brothers participated in Greek Groove. This dance event supports Panhellenic organizations’ fundraising efforts and women’s education.
The Chapter hosted a swab drive for Gift of Life on March 10.
The Chapter honored their longtime supporters, Chef Michael and the Alexis Family, by naming the first floor of the house in their honor this year. Thank you, Chef!
Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Many brothers are very active on campus, leading various student organizations and clubs and volunteering in the MIT community. Many brothers are also involved in student clubs working with kids in Boston area such as Camp Kesem and DynaMIT. Brothers have regular bonding dinners and formal dances.
Omicron (Tufts University)
Brothers have been working to improve operations and brotherhood development offerings. They have been focusing a lot on philanthropy this semester, including having an event to help fund an elephant habitat.
Epsilon Phi (Brandeis University)
The Chapter is raising money through April for the campus Relay for Life, benefitting American Cancer Society. Brotherhood events include casual sports and game nights. The brothers have strong bonds and are working on growing their events and activities as well as operational success within the Chapter.
Gamma Psi (Northeastern University)
Brothers participated in Kappa Kappa Gamma’s Kappa Kickoff game to support Christopher’s Haven, a home for families of children battling cancer. Gamma Psi said it was great to get out there and play some football with the boys for a great cause.
Matthew Garchik and Leo Koganov and toured Israel over the university’s winter break and showed their ZBT pride in the homeland!
Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst)
Theta Alpha had Parents’ Weekend alongside a football tailgate. A wonderful time was had by all. The Chapter was part of the UMass Mega Swab Drive with Gift of Life and UMass Nursing. The Chapter grew its connection to ZBT’s heritage by hosting a Passover Seder for the first time with UMass Hillel.
Beta Zeta Epsilon (University of Maryland – College Park)
Brothers are very active! The Chapter hosted a trip to Deep Creek Lake, Maryland. Brothers tossed a pigskin, enjoyed the outdoors and celebrated Brotherhood at the retreat. The Chapter hosted a Gift of Life event as well as a dunk tank fundraiser in April. An upcoming service day centered around working at a food pantry. The Chapter hosted a mock Passover Seder at Chabad.
The Chapter also hosted a ZBT 3v3 Basketball Tourney and recently played in a dodgeball tournament.
Eta Kappa (Towson University)
The Chapter hosted a Pie a Zeeb fundraiser to benefit ZBT’s official philanthropy Jewish Women International on March 1. Brothers are big into intramural basketball and flag football as well as golf and visiting the beach when possible. The Chapter is working to grow its antisemitism and heritage education programming, and brothers are involved on campus, such as attending events from other fraternity and sorority organizations and participating in Tigerthon, which raised money for the kids at John Hopkins Children’s Center.
Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University)
This newer Prospective Chapter is growing well, reaching 30 brothers and working to secure a housing option. The Michigan State campus suffered a terrible tragic shooting incident in February.
Omega (University of Missouri)
Brothers enjoyed a pumpkin carving brotherhood activity before Halloween. The completed decorations were displayed on the steps of the house. The annual Fathers Weekend had a great turnout and the Chapter thanks all of the fathers who made the trip out!
The Executive Board is passionate about the brotherhood and is seeking ways to grow operational success and engagement. They are working on planning future events.
Alpha Xi (Washington University-St. Louis)
At the end of the fall, senior brothers sat on a panel to discuss Fraternity life for the younger classes. In spring, the Chapter focused on recruitment and house improvements.
Beta Delta (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Several alumni joined the chapter for celebrations at Homecoming.
The Chapter paired with a young person named Myles through the Embrace Kids Foundation, which assists families in the New Jersey area whose children are facing cancer, sickle cell and other serious health challenges. Brothers shared on social media how much they enjoyed getting to know Myles this semester and are looking forward to connecting with him again in the spring.
At the Rutgers Interfraternity Council awards in late April, Beta Delta’s graduating Chapter President Dennis W. Specht, 2023, was named campus Chapter President of the Year.
Epsilon Tau (Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham)
Brothers are very engaged with philanthropy, particularly with online fundraising, and are active with other student groups on campus. Recent alumni were invited to the formal for a fantastic weekend in the Poconos.
Delta (Columbia University)
The Chapter hosted multiple educational sessions on international relations throughout the year. The Brotherhood ended the 2022 year with a dinner celebrating the end of the semester, and at the end of the spring, seniors were celebrated with a farewell dinner. The Chapter hosts an alumni panel at least once per semester and these sessions are well-regarded.
Delta Chapter is looking forward to welcoming ZBT brothers and guests to the city for 2023 International Convention!
Gamma (New York University)
The new Executive Board leadership took office in January. Congrats to Brothers Andrew Donnelly, 2025, Dylan Ewald, 2025, Andy Min, Dennis Zhao, Michael Zlatnik, Robbie Liesegang, Vikram Gupta, Jason Tran, Arjun Sen, Aly Mamdani and Cyrus Emami. Officers are working on creating financial stability and operational improvement.
Kappa (Cornell University)
The Chapter welcomed families to Parents’ Weekend with a delicious dinner made by house Chef Bernie followed by a father-son pong tournament.
The seniors had their annual Christmas in October festival, an event fully organized, set-up, and run by the senior member class. The house was entirely covered with wrapping paper and everyone showed up in Christmas sweaters.
Omicron (Syracuse University)
Brothers from the Omicron Chapter helped Syracuse Chabad build the sukkah in October. Brothers began with reciting the shema in tefillin. In December the Chapter hosted a fundraiser for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals with Tri Delta featuring waffles.
Delta Zeta (Pace University)
Brother Evan Oberton, 2025, was at the opening bell for the NASDAQ. He’s an intern for Hologic, Inc., a medical technology company focusing on women’s health.
The Chapter has started a Meet the ZBT social media video series to help with recruitment. The Chapter also worked with Phi Mu to raise funds for CMNH and supports brothers in their activities around the city.
Epsilon Delta (Binghamton University)
Brothers had a community service day at a local museum, Tech Works, doing yard work and cleanup outside the facility.
Brothers volunteered to play bingo at Elderwood adult home. The facility reported the residents had a great time.
Epsilon Nu (State University of New York-Oneonta)
As a service event, the Chapter collected 400 cheek swabs for Gift of Life Marrow Registry. Recent brotherhood events have included a barbecue and an educational panel with chapter alumni.
Eta Iota (State University of New York-Plattsburgh)
Brothers Robert Henn and Zane Ovitt, 2024, were selected as recipients of the Emerging Leaders Award at the 22nd Annual Fraternal Excellence Awards from the University.
Brothers participated in the campus-wide No More Cancer Rally to benefit St. Jude’s and a local park cleanup as a service event. The Chapter had a mixer with Theta Phi and collaborated with Alpha Epsilon Phi on a charity volleyball tournament.
Eta Sigma (Elon University)
Nicholas J. Grande, 2023, interned at Accordion this summer through Elon’s Love School of Business. The school said business students like Brother Grande grew their skillsets and networks with these internships.
The Chapter hosted a resume writing and LinkedIn profile creation workshop, organized by Professional Development Chair Kieran M. Colasurdo, 2024.
A team of brothers won the intramural soccer championship for spring.
Some brothers participated in the annual Trick or Treat on Greek Street over the weekend before Halloween, where local kids trick or treat through Loy neighborhood.
Eta Xi (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
The Chapter took part in the Ninterthon event to support Children’s Miracle Network. As a chapter, Eta Xi raised over $6,000. After Ninerthon event, ZBT invited alumni to hang out.
Brothers participated in an annual cleanup of the Charlotte Hebrew Cemetery with North Carolina Hillel and Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Joshua A. Roseman, 2024, attended the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values conference in Indianapolis and also was initiated into the Order of Omega. Both are distinguished interfraternal leadership opportunities.
January 27, 2023, was the 10-year anniversary of Eta Xi’s founding. Congrats, brothers!
Lambda (Case Western Reserve University)
A great crowd of alumni joined the undergraduate brothers for the annual Zeeb Bowl touch football game. Lambda’s Get on the Ball fundraiser supported JWI with more than $800. The Chapter had a service event. Brothers had a mixer with Alpha Gamma Delta and won the CWRU Greek Games rope pull!
The Chapter received funding from the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation with a Chapter Heritage Grant that supported an educational program on ZBT’s founding as a Zionist fraternity.
Theta (University of Pennsylvania)
Brothers support a variety of philanthropies across campus and ZBT’s official partners. Fundraising is a priority. Officers are working on creating financial stability and operational improvement.
Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College)
The Chapter hosted its Brotherhood Retreat in East Stroudsburg. The Chapter said it was an amazing experience that bonded the brotherhood even closer together!
Jack H. Younes, 2023, and Sam I. Brown, 2023, served on the inaugural Mule THON board. The 12-hour dance marathon is a fundraiser for Amber Louise Elchert Foundation. The namesake of the foundation, Amber Elchert 2013, was a Muhlenberg graduate who suffered from Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. Shortly after her graduation, Amber passed away due to complications from her condition.
Brother Brown served as the head of the Finance Committee; he was the most recent previous Alpha Nu Chapter President. Brother Younes served as the head of the Local Sponsorships Committee, and he was the IFC President last year.
The Fraternity and Sorority Life office shared Sam and Jack have both done a significant amount to ensure the success of this new event and their leadership has not gone unnoticed on campus.
The Chapter is in the process of starting a scholarship fund for local brothers and it is very involved with the local Jewish community. Recently they worked with Muhlenberg Hillel to facilitate education and celebration of Israel’s 75th birthday.
Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University)
The Chapter had its annual Winter Carnival to raise money for Four Diamonds children’s cancer treatment center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. ZBT partnered with Sigma Delta Tau to enhance our fundraising efforts, raising over $3,000 during this event. The Chapter had a bouncy house and barbeque and invited locals from around the community to join the fun.
Brotherhood events included a softball game and a cookout and games with a Miracle Child.
Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania)
Greek Week followed by Philanthropy Week were in April. The Chapter’s main philanthropy was ZBTahiti, which included inflatables, food, a slip n’ slide, dunk tank and a kickball tournament. Early in April was an alumni day with games and food. As a service event, the Chapter collected donations for a local youth shelter, Valley Youth House. Brothers are very engaged.
Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh)
The Chapter has adopted a stretch of highway and each semester schedules a cleanup day. Beta Phi stated that it’s always a blast to serve the community. The annual Disc-it for the Biscuit annual Ultimate Frisbee fundraiser for JWI was in March. Brothers had a skating mixer with Chi Omega. Beta Phi is very good at communication and supports other ZBT chapters locally and remotely.
Zeta Xi (Gannon University)
This group is small; if you know any students attending Gannon University who might make good brothers, please submit a referral. They are working on growing their reputation in a positive direction to help with recruitment. The new brothers that joined in spring are doing well.
Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island)
The Chapter supported Alpha Xi Delta with a Pie a Zeeb fundraiser for philanthropy week.
As a service event in January, brothers collected more than 30 bags of clothing for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Eta Phi (College of Charleston)
Huge shoutout to the brothers who took home a win in the first annual Interfraternity Council golf tourney raising awareness for mental health. The team shot a 73.
Eta Alpha (Clemson University)
Some brothers from Eta Xi Chapter at University of North Carolina at Charlotte traveled to Clemson, South Carolina, to help the brothers from the Eta Alpha Prospective Chapter table at an early spring recruitment fair. Happy that these brothers could show one of our newest home campuses why it’s GREAT to be a ZBT!
Enjoying a slice of campus life, brothers celebrated the end of the most recent finals week by going out for pizza. Recruitment and brotherhood events are a priority for this Prospective Chapter.
Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University)
Brothers had a blast supporting the Commodores in the crowd basketball game. Alpha Gamma raised $5,000 and collected 1,500 signatures on the ball by taking Get on the Ball around campus and into the Nashville metro community. The chapter has a strong focus on diversity and inclusion initiatives and has a GPA higher than the All-IFC average. Alpha Gamma continues to recruit well and in the top percentage of fraternities on campus.
Gamma Mu (University of Memphis)
Brothers are very involved on campus and well-respected. These connections allow for excellent programming from local connections and a focus on mental health and wellness for brothers. The chapter has a lot of high goals for themselves and officers are working on creating financial stability and improving the house.
Lambda (University of Texas at Austin)
Brothers have a very involved basketball league at the house and they take paddleboarding trips to Lake Austin. Recently, a 2022 alumnus of the Chapter returned to Austin and shared his path from ZBT to working at Goldman Sachs since he graduated.
Delta Xi (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
The Chapter hosted Get on the Ball the with fundraising elements including Pie a ZBT in the fall. Spring philanthropy supported Fralin Biomedical Research at VT, raising $7,000! Brothers also participate in many other philanthropy events from other fraternity and sorority organizations. In April, brothers participated in The Big Event campus-wide service day. For brotherhood events, they enjoy paintball and a float day on a local river. Parent and Alumni Weekend was enjoyed in April also.
Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Chapter President Noah M. Helfstein, 2025, hosted Rabbi Mendel Matusof from UW Chabad to perform Tefillin at the house at the end of January. The Chapter is very connected with Chabad.
Alpha Kappa had a charity stream on Instagram Live where volunteer brothers were completing small tasks or pranks in exchange for donations. Funds raised went to support local cancer charities. The ZBTahiti event in April benefitted the The Osteosarcoma Institute.
A team of underdog brothers won an intramural basketball tournament in spring and another team in the IM league won in fall.
Zeta Eta (University of Western Ontario)
Hillel had a food drive for the London Food Bank to help those with food insecurity in the London, Ontario, area and brothers were a key part in the drive. Brothers are very engaged with Chabad at Western and the London Jewish community.