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The Epsilon Omicron chapter of Delta Zeta is one of five premiere sororities at Western Illinois University. A sisterhood based on core values, academic excellence, diversity, leadership development and service to others, Delta Zeta is committed to excellence in all it does.

Our beautiful house is located in Macomb, Illinois. Built in 1974, the house is home to more than 25 women.  The spacious interior is comprised of single, double and triple bedrooms, most with a private sink. Our personal cook provides members with a healthy, balanced meal plan. The kitchen is also available for members to cook their own meals as desired. The house also includes a television room, study areas, wireless Internet access and a laundry room.

Delta Zeta is proud that every one of its members is involved in campus activities. You'll find our sisters in organizations across campus, including Student Government Association, University Union Board, Colleges Against Cancer, Social Work Student Organization and SCIMA. Many of our sisters are also recognized for their academic and leadership efforts in honorary organizations such as Mortar Board and Order of Omega.

Community involvement is very important to our sorority. Throughout the year, Delta Zeta raises funds for our philanthropies, including Gallaudet University and Western's Speech and Hearing Clinic. The sorority organizes an annual faculty dinner that allows members to demonstrate their appreciation for favorite faculty members, and an annual family weekend to celebrate achievements with our families. Delta Zeta members volunteer at local nursing homes and elementary schools, raise money for the American Cancer Society, and volunteer in many other ways.

Academics are also very important to Delta Zeta. Our chapter provides many opportunities for members to exceed in their academic career at WIU and focuses each semester on continued academic success. Throughout the year, the chapter's Academic Chair works to ensure that all members' academic needs are being met. 

If interested in joining Delta Zeta at Western Illinois University, please visit our recruitment page for more information.