State of North Carolina
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
As early as 1940, graduate chapters of Zeta Phi Beta began to realize the importance of the prestige, good will, and cooperation of women who, for various reasons, were not members of any Greek-letter organization. Under the administration of Soror Lullelia Harrison, the first Amicae chapter was organized in Omaha, Nebraska in 1947 making Zeta the first sorority in the National Pan-Hellenic Council to organize an auxiliary group. Zeta Amicae are affiliated through local chapters.
Zeta Amicae Auxiliary Members will:
Understand and Be Committed to: The goals, principles, and practices of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Attend Meetings: Active and regular attendance at meetings is what gives you a voice in the direction the organization will take. This includes participating in, and having representation at, meetings on the state, regional and national levels.
Actively Participate: Amicae Auxiliaries conduct community service projects on an ongoing basis, many times in collaboration with the sponsoring Zeta Chapter. In addition, auxiliaries participate in special observances of the Sorority, and conduct projects or programs related to the national programmatic thrusts. You will be expected to participate in the activities that you help plan and organize.
In the State of North Carolina, there are over 20 Zeta Amicae Auxiliaries:
|Auxiliary Name||Charter Date||Sponsoring Graduate Chapter|
|Zeta Amicae of Ahoskie|
|Zeta Amicae of Asheville|
|Zeta Amicae of Camden|
|Zeta Amicae of Charlotte|
|Zeta Amicae of Concord|
|Zeta Amicae of Durham|
|Zeta Amicae of Elizabeth City|
|Zeta Amicae of Greensboro|
|Zeta Amicae of Greenville|
|Zeta Amicae of Goldsboro|
|Zeta Amicae of Hickory|
|Zeta Amicae of Jacksonville|
|Zeta Amicae of Laurinburg|
|Zeta Amicae of Lumberton|
|Zeta Amicae of Monroe|
|Zeta Amicae of Morrisville|
|Zeta Amicae of New Bern|
|Zeta Amicae of Raleigh|
|Zeta Amicae of Roanoke Rapids|
|Zeta Amicae of Rocky Mount|
|Zeta Amicae of Thomasville|
|Zeta Amicae of Winston-Salem|
If you are interested in learning more about Zeta Amicae in your area, contact us.