Alpha Tau Zeta (ATZ)

Alpha Tau Zeta was founded in 1987 by a small group of women who felt like there was not yet a Greek organization on campus that suited their quirkiness, brilliance, and enthusiasm. We are committed to remaining a small organization (under 25 members) in order to encourage strong bonds and utmost loyalty between sisters. We take pride in the knowledge that these relationships will last beyond the four years we live together and remain a source of support throughout a sisters' lifetime. The Greek system has made us stronger individuals, and we firmly believe that while Alpha Tau Zeta is around even the most misplaced of women will always find their place on the domain.

Chapter Nickname: ATZ

When Chapter was Founded at Sewanee:  1987

Motto:  Best Girls Here by Far

Values:  Sisterhood, Leadership, Personal Growth, Service, Loyalty, Tolerance, and Acceptance

Partner Service Organization:  Animal Harbor

Annual Programs: Animal Harbor Carnival and Fundraiser

Colors:  Pink and Blue

Symbol: The Pink Panther

Minimum GPA Required for Membership: 2.0



Chapter Officers

Chapter President:  Margaret Landers

Social Chair:  Kate (Kathleen) Graham

Rush Chairs: Krystal Fowler