The Eta Xi chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was chartered at Virginia Tech on April 29, 1972. ZTA is one of Virginia Tech’s oldest sororities and the 157th link out of 225 chapters in the nation. VT’s chapter was founded upon the high ideals of Zeta Tau Alpha and the high standards of Virginia Tech. Both at the local and national level, the Eta Xi chapter has been recognized for their fulfillment of these ideals and most importantly, for our philanthropy Breast Cancer Awareness and Education. Every day, Eta Xi’s members encompass the spirit of our organization as they continuously strive for academic, social, and philanthropic excellence.
Whether members are at a Hokie football game, a Panhellenic sponsored event, or simply spending time with friends, the sisterhood intended by our founders is clearly present. Zeta Tau Alpha at Virginia Tech values its members, its Panhellenic community, its University, and its future potential. The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha look forward to passing along the love, support, and sisterhood of our organization to new members for years to come.
Success opens doors; friends open hearts. Whether you are looking for opportunities in leadership, scholastics or service, or if you just want to make new friends, you will find what you are looking for in Zeta Tau Alpha.