Since 1902, we've come a long way.
A BIT ABOUT PI GAMMA
Pi Gamma was founded May 8, 2004, and since then we have come a long way and accomplished amazing things together as sisters. The women of Delta Zeta pride themselves on being strong leaders, women with overwhelming potential, and a strong sisterhood bond that is always changing but everlasting. The sisters of Delta Zeta are strong-minded, independent, responsible women who try to set good examples as leaders in our community, both on and off campus. Many of our sisters have held executive positions on the CSUN Panhellenic Council and served as New Student Orientation Leaders. One of our alumna, Amanda Allegra, was the President of the CSUN Panhellenic Council for the 2009-2010 school year. We have many girls who also work on campus in jobs that have a great impact on the events and programs that happen at CSU Northridge.
Not only are we great leaders, we also like to have fun. We love to meet new people and make our presence known. People stop and take notice when Delta Zetas walk in. We are women deeply rooted in our values. The values of Delta Zeta can be seen in all of us as we interact with the community. Along with our annual philanthropy events, we also actively partake in community service. We have helped organize food at a food pantry and held a book drive to collect books for an elementary school. We have also volunteered for other philanthropic events, such as the Walk for Autism, Just For A Day, and the Los Angeles Marathon. With an increasing focus on active community service, we as Delta Zetas are looking to give back to our community more than ever. We are women looking to make a difference on our campus and in our society.
Delta Zeta allows our members to be part of something more. With 160 chapter nation wide and counting as well as alumnae groups in nationwide, in the U.K and even Canada!