About

Founded in 1988, Zeta Phi Gamma is a local Greek organization to the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. Based off a Greek group founded in the 1930s, Zeta Phi Gamma has been at the college for over twenty years since it was reinstated. With almost forty active members, we are a diverse, yet close knit group of women who study a wide range of academic areas and are involved a variety of sports, extra-curricular activities, clubs and volunteering from many states across the country: Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New York, Maryland, Virginia, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Missouri and Montana. 

 

 

Majors and Minors:

Anthropology, Archaeology, Biology, Business Economics, Chemistry, Chinese, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Economics, Education, English, French, History, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Pre-Health, Psychology, Sociology

 

Extra Curriculur Activities:

Inter Greek Council, Orientation Committee, Summer Research, Admissions/Admissions Tours, Basketball, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Cheerleading, Cricket Club, After These Messages, Wooster Chorus, Math Club, Physics Club, Black Student Association, WAC, SGA, Pre-Health Club, Lifeguarding, WARA, French Club, PSCI Club, Biology Club, Ethics Committee, Chemistry Club, Wooster Volunteer Network, Psychology Club, Astronomy Club, Communications Club, Economics Club, Political Science Club, Yoga Club, Greek Week Planning Committee, AKAA Project, Soccer, Push, Dance Company, COW 4 Kids, WOO Crew, Tri Beta