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Zeta Chi Phi

Zeta Chi Phi Multicultural Sorority, Incorporated
ΖΧΦ
Founded January 31, 2003 (2003-01-31)
University of Texas at San Antonio, (San Antonio, Texas)
Type Multicultural
Motto "Nothing, absolutely nothing, can stop a truly committed person" by Anonymous
Colors Baby Blue and Black
Flower Plumeria
Mascot Black jaguar
Philanthropy Homelessness
Homepage http://www.zetachiphi.com/

Zeta Chi Phi Multicultural Sorority, Incorporated (ΖΧΦ) is a national multicultural sorority that was founded in San Antonio, Texas on January 30, 2003. Zeta Chi Phi’s pillars are multiculturalism, education, democracy, integrity, loveliness, and community service. The Gamma Chapter was founded by eight women at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota on December 4, 2004. Their focus is the promotion of cultural diversity and women in society. Events include step show, probate, Zeta cafes, national convention, and Blue Diamond formal.

Chapters

Zeta Chi Phi Multicultural Sorority, Incorporated, currently has one active chapter at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota.

External links

  • Official website


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