Delta Zeta

Our Delta Zeta store has a huge selection of Delta Zeta apparel & clothing (including shirts, sweatshirts, and much more). Plus you can shop a huge selection of the best Dee Zee merchandise. If you are graduating soon, check out our top selling Delta Zeta graduation stoles. If you are shopping for a gift from our Delta Zeta boutique, we encourage you to browse all of the greek clothes and gear. We have one of the best selection for all Delta Zeta stores online.

Why Shop the Delta Zeta Store?

Here at Greek U, we offer the newest, most popular, and highest-quality Delta Zeta clothing available on the market today. Our selection contains a large variety of Delta Zeta merchandise for rush, recruitment, big/little reveal, socials and other events.
Whether you’re shopping for Delta Zeta shirts to outfit your chapter during an upcoming fundraiser, or some jackets, sweatpants, and shorts to stay comfortable around the house, we’ve got all the DZ apparel you’re looking for.

For example, why not show off your house spirit with some Delta Zeta sweatshirts or some unique Delta Zeta jewelry, paddles, or graduation stoles? Keep in mind that we are constantly updating our clothing to offer the most current styles the industry has to offer, so be sure to check back frequently to see our most recent additions.

No matter when you shop our store, we always have a wide selection of DZ hats, totes, sunglasses, and pants to keep you occupied and excited!


The History of Delta Zeta

Delta Zeta was founded on the campus of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in October of 1902. The third-largest sorority in the U.S., Delta Zeta has more than 200 alumnae chapters and 160 current collegiate chapters throughout the country.  The sorority has many notable alumnae, including Princess Martha of Sweden and Gail Patrick, notable producer of the Perry Mason television series.

While Delta Zeta is historic thanks to its 115-year history, it’s also notable because it was founded in the first year Miami University allowed women to attend. Established by six of the first women to walk through Miami University’s doors, Delta Zeta had a rocky start - drawing jeers and heckling from people who thought it was silly for the founding sisters to want to start a sorority.

Legend has it that one of the hecklers even went so far as to steal the constitution out of the secretary’s hand!

Despite its rocky beginning, Delta Zeta has enjoyed a strong run. Known for its philanthropic focus, Delta Zeta partners with the Starkey Hearing Foundation to support hearing and speech research throughout the country. Delta Zeta members are committed to spending time volunteering and taking an active stance to improve the communities in which they live.

The sorority is also well-known for the Delta Zeta Foundation, which operates as a not-for-profit entity furthering the national philanthropic goals and agendas of the Delta Zeta sorority throughout the country. To join, members are asked to pledge $19.02, a tribute to the year Delta Zeta was founded.