The 2023 Alpha Zeta Summit and 58th Biennial Conclave will be held Thursday, March 30, 2023, through Sunday, April 2, 2023. The conference will be hosted by the North Carolina Chapter based at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Contact Your Chapter Chancellor or Advisor to Register
Early Bird Registration Fees -- Before February 22, 2023
Host Chapter Only (no hotel occupancy) -- $150 per person
Quad Occupancy -- $275 per person
Double Occupancy -- $400 per person
Single Occupancy -- $650 per person
Registration Fees -- February 22, 2023, and After
Host Chapter Only (no hotel occupancy) -- $165 per person
Quad Occupancy -- $305 per person
Double Occupancy -- $440 per person
Single Occupancy -- $715 per person
Registration fees cover all meals (except Friday night supper on you own), travel to/from tours, speakers, materials, and overnight accommodations. Travel to/from Raleigh, NC, is not included in the registration fee.
Room Assignment Policy
Participants may choose to room in quad, double, or single rooms with quad rooms being the least expensive and single rooms being the most expensive.
Chapters may choose to compose their own quad or double rooms -- provided that they pay the corresponding rate(s). Such arrangements must be requested during registration.
Participants from Chapters not sending enough people to complete a quad or double room may opt to be matched with one or more roommates from other Chapter(s) in order to take advantage of the quad or double rate.
Participants who register at the quad and double rates agree to be placed in a room with other participant(s). See the registration form for more details.
Summit Participation Policy
Only Chapters and Active Alumni and Active Student Members in good standing with the national Fraternity may participate. Good standing requires compliance with the Fraternity bylaws, policies, procedures, rules, and the affiliate agreement. Good standing also requires that Chapters owe no monies to the national Fraternity and that members have paid their national dues for the applicable calendar (alumni) or academic (student) year.
Conclave Participation Policy
The official body of the Conclave consists of the members of the High Council and one accredited delegate from each chartered chapter of the Fraternity.
Each Chapter appoints one delegate to act on its behalf. The Conclave Delegates act on proposed changes to the Fraternity bylaws and vote on High Council officers. Note that Chapters must be in good standing (see Summit Participation Policy above) in order to send a Delegate to Conclave. Likewise, all Conclave Delegates must also be in good standing (see Summit Participation Policy above) in order to be seated at the Conclave.
Non-Conclave Delegates are welcome to observe the Conclave. However, they may not participate in the meeting or vote on any business.