2017 Chapter Leadership Summit - Register Today!

Alpha Zeta officers from chapters across the country are invited to a Chapter Leadership Summit, to be held in Rosemont, IL, right near the Chicago O'Hare Airport.

Facilitated by members of the High Council, the Chapter Leadership Summit is a one-day workshop on November 11 designed to help AZ chapter officers learn best practices and receive resources to help advance their chapter's development. Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss strategies to help elevate the Alpha Zeta experience at their universities. You'll travel in on Friday, we'll work hard and have fun on Saturday, and you'll leave on Sunday, inspired to grow your chapter.  

Registration is now closed.  We look forward to seeing those attending in Rosemont!

It's Time to Pay Your 2017-2018 Dues!

Returning members to the AZ Fraternity need to pay the annual national dues in order to remain in good standing with the Fraternity. Dues to the National office are $30 per year.  A late fee will also be assessed for any student paying their 2017-18 school year dues after November 1. 
 
Should you have any questions, please contact the National office at info@alphazeta.org.
 

Chapter Activity Blog Report

AZ Florida Chapter Helps a Blueberry Farmer

AZ Florida Chapter Helps a Blueberry Farmer

After Hurricane Irma hit Florida, farms around north Florida sustained damage. The Frogmore Fresh Farm had 100,000 blueberry plants needed to be re-set. It was a huge job and the farmer is a friend of the University of Florida who stood to lose years of productivity. The University of Florida's Sigma Alpha Fraternity reached out to our Alpha Zeta chapter to ask for more help and our brothers enthusiastically jumped on the project. "We were especially excited to be able to help our community while also getting AZ back into agriculture," said our chapter's president, Virginia Propheter.

On September 16, Alpha Zeta brothers of the Florida chapter drove 1.5 hours to the blueberry farm. Once there, our members split into groups of 2 or 4 and walked the rows of blueberries. We checked each row and put uprooted plants back into the soil and added stakes and ties for support. This was an inspiring event because the farmer only expected a turnout of 20 people, but 200 people from all over the community as well as University of Florida organizations arrived to support their local farmer. "It was great to see the whole community come together to support a local producer," exclaimed AZ brother, Courtney Carroll.
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AZ Florida Chapter Helps a Blueberry Farmer

AZ Florida Chapter Helps a Blueberry Farmer

After Hurricane Irma hit Florida, farms around north Florida sustained damage. The Frogmore Fresh Farm had 100,000 blueberry plants needed to be re-set. It was a huge job and the farmer is a friend of the University of Florida who stood to lose years of productivity. The University of Florida's Sigma Alpha Fraternity reached out to our Alpha Zeta chapter to ask for more help and our brothers enthusiastically jumped on the project. "We were especially excited to be able to help our community while also getting AZ back into agriculture," said our chapter's president, Virginia Propheter.

On September 16, Alpha Zeta brothers of the Florida chapter drove 1.5 hours to the blueberry farm. Once there, our members split into groups of 2 or 4 and walked the rows of blueberries. We checked each row and put uprooted plants back into the soil and added stakes and ties for support. This was an inspiring event because the farmer only expected a turnout of 20 people, but 200 people from all over the community as well as University of Florida organizations arrived to support their local farmer. "It was great to see the whole community come together to support a local producer," exclaimed AZ brother, Courtney Carroll.
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AZ Florida Chapter Helps Pets

AZ Florida Chapter Helps Pets

On October 15, 2017, members of the Florida chapter got together at 8:30 AM to volunteer at the Gainesville Pet Rescue. Our Brothers helped the shelter by giving dogs walks and much needed and appreciated human interaction. Our members also helped clean the walking area and cages. We may even be getting a Chapter Pet named Shag via one of our members! The Florida Chapter loves helping out with our furry friends!
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