Recognized Chapters > Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Mission Statement

The mission of Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc., a non-profit organization built on the foundation of respect and cultural, is to establish and promote a nurturing environment at the university level and beyond, through academic excellence, community service, and the celebration of the diverse Latina/o Culture. One of the most important aspects of our latina/o interest organization is the manner in which we portray our diversity to the public. All members of this organization strongly abide by these values in their everyday lives and demonstrate this strength through performing a number of community building activities.

Being a part of our family is a life-long commitment. Graduating from college is, by no means, the end of our involvement with this organization. Rather, it marks the entrance into a new phase of our family and our lives as we enter the professional world and begin to start our careers. As an organization, Raza Unida believes producing college graduates is the most influential manner in which to help out Latino community.

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Chapter Information
Chapter Designation
Alpha Alpha
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
Commonly Known As
(Inter)national Founding Date
December 3, 1987
Elevation/Officer Election Cycle
Academic Year
Social Media
Membership Information
Active Members
Inactive Members
New Members
% in Other Orgs.
Chapter GPA
Active Member GPA
Not Reported for Privacy
New Member GPA
Not Reported for Privacy
Community Service & Philantrhopy
Philanthropic Cause/Partner
Hours Served
Dollars Raised
Additional Philanthropic Work
No additional philanthropic work on record.
Awards & Recognition
(Inter)national Awards
No awards on record.
Campus Awards
No awards on record.
Other Awards
No awards on record.
Standing & Conduct History
Elevation Accreditation Standing
University Conduct Standing
Good Standing
University Conduct Incidents
Incident Record #1
Date of Incident:
Reported to the Institution:
Investigation Initiated:
Organization Charged:
Incident Description:

Two members of the organization hosted a social event for their Founders’ Day.

  • Disruptive Behavior
  • Violation of Law or University Policy
  • Deeper Dive: Understanding Impact Workshop with at least 80% of the organization in attendance
  • Review of risk management and event policies, including a compare and contrast between the Joint Policy on Risk Management and Gamma Zeta Alpha risk management policies
    • Includes a presentation to chapter membership on these topics with 80% of the chapter in attendance
Fraternity & Sorority Community Policy Violations
Violation Record #1
Validation Type:
Joint Policy on Risk Management/Joint Judicial Board
Date of Incident:
Organization Charged:
Incident Description:

Members of the organization hosted an unregistered BYOB event for graduating members of the organization. While it was intended to be brothers and their families present, members of the MGC community ended up attending the event as well.

  • Joint Policy on Risk Management, BYOB Event Procedures, Registration
  • Joint Policy on Risk Management, Alcohol & Drug Policy, Open/Unrestricted Parties
  • Loss of Social Privileges –
    • For the remainder of the fall 2021 semester, Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
      may not host social events with alcohol. This shall include BYOB, Third Party
      Vendor, and Tailgate type of events. The chapter is allowed to host events but
      may not have alcohol present for these activities. These restrictions shall be lifted
      on December 31, 2021.
  • Social Event Process Review –
    • Chapter leaders should schedule and attend a briefing meeting with the MGC
      Vice President of Risk Reduction and the Director of the Office of Fraternity &
      Sorority Life, or their designee, at least two weeks before their first scheduled
      social event at which alcohol is present to discuss how their plans, policies, and
      additional areas of potential growth.
    • The chapter shall meet with the Director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority
      Life, or their designee after their social event described above in order to debrief
      how the event went and ways to keep sound practices for future events. Deadline:
      March 11, 2022
  • Organizational Support Meeting –
    • In the Spring 2021 semester chapter leaders shall schedule a meeting with the
      Director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, or their designee, and a member of
      the national board. The purpose of this meeting shall be to discuss ways chapter
      leadership can work with campus and national board members to reinforce
      community and organization expectations. Deadline: April 1, 2022