Congratulations on your acceptance to Baylor University, the largest Baptist university in the world! Baylor is one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation with a rich history, having been chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, before it became a member of the United States. The opportunity to become a member of the Greek community at Baylor is one of the most fantastic opportunities here at Baylor. Going Greek provides you with the chance to become a leader on campus, work closely with multiple philanthropies, and gets you connected with 285 women who are always there to have your back as well as hundreds of thousands of alumnae throughout North America!
Each year, the Theta Omicron chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha looks to find the most outstanding women to join our sisterhood. This spring, we welcomed 103 beautiful young women into our chapter! We encourage you to visit our campus Panhellenic's website, where you can register for recruitment and find out other important information: Baylor Panhellenic Council.
At Baylor University, Panhellenic goes through deferred recruitment in the Spring. During the fall, Baylor Greek life hosts Panhellenic Previews in which women planning on going through the recruitment process can meet Zetas and other chapters. In spring of 20120, Formal Recruitment begins a week prior to classes, January 7-11. ZTA’s recruitment process focuses on showcasing our amazing philanthropic contributions, as well as our chapter’s talents and strong bond of sisterhood. A schedule of Fall recruitment events can be found under the Recruitment tab!
The Theta Omicron chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha does not participate in the process known as "snap bidding." Baylor University's Panhellenic does not participate in fall recruitment, formal or informal. For any other Zeta specific recruitment questions, feel free to contact our Vice President III of Recruitment at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you for Recruitment 2020!