Zeta Phi Eta is a coed, professional communications fraternity open to all undergraduate students studying communications. The fraternity is designed to not only assist communications students in their pursuit of success, but to unite them under the principles of brotherhood, scholarship and professionalism.
From the social support it provides, to its volunteer and philanthropic endeavors, Zeta Phi Eta exists to:
- band together individuals committed to high standards in communication arts and sciences;
- provide opportunities for sharing professional interests through participation in worthwhile activities in the fields of communication;
- provide a climate in which members may develop sound professional philosophies; and,
- stimulate and encourage all worthy enterprises in the communication fields.
Founded in 1893, it is the oldest national group of its kind.
Beta Iota Chapter at UCF
The Beta Iota Chapter was founded in the Spring semester of 2015 by a group of 8 students from various communication majors
CEO: Thevenin Campton, COO: Lisa Kauffman, CRO: Xenecia Farrell and Jacqueline Kooser, CAO: Jenitza Quiñones, CFO: Emilee Jackson, CCO: Maria Lumbi, CNO: Ryan Marshall
Zeta Phi Eta and Orange County Public Library System