Elders

Zeta Psi is an organization rooted in the bonds of brotherhood, and the generosity of its members. We believe that Zeta Psi is a brotherhood that lasts longer than your four years as an undergraduate; it is a bond that lasts for a lifetime. The Fraternity is always looking for motivated Zetes who wish to continue improving our bonds of brotherhood through volunteer efforts or financial gifts , whether that is on the chapter, regional or the international levels. Please select the appropriate link to find out how you can help Zeta Psi continue to offer its many services and programs now and in the future.

Regional Alumni Club Directory

Zeta Psi has "Regional Alumni Clubs" across North America. Click here to find more information on these clubs, and how to become involved. When possible, contact information for each RAC is listed.

Get Involved

How you can help your brothers Donate By donating to Zeta Psi, you can ensure that generations of Zetes after you share in the great experience you enjoyed. We have many ways for brothers and friends of the Fraternity to donate, which can be accessed by visiting the "Make a Gift" page  to learn more. Volunteer Chapter Level Zeta Psi has chapters at over 45 universities across North America and Great Britain. Visit our chapter list  to see where we have active chapters. Feel free to get i...

Zete Authors

Zeta Psi has a number of Brothers who have authored books. Here is a list of those Authors and books that we know of: Mr. Ron Y. Adner Ph.D., Kappa Phi '92    The Wide Lens: A New Strategy for Innovation Capt. Carl W. Burns, Delta '64    Centaurs in Vietnam Mr. Timothy F. Comstock, Iota '68    Reunion in Carmel Prof. J. Edward Chamberlin, O.C., Sigma Epsilon '64 If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories? Finding Common Ground Mr. Andrew M. Ferns, Alpha Mu '98    Disappear: Into Shadow...

Make a Gift

It's never to early to begin building your personal legacy. Learn about the many ways in which you can support Zeta Psi Grand Chapter, Zeta Psi Educational Foundation, or both.