Zeta Beta Tau makes a community impact unlike any other fraternity at USC.

Philanthropy Social Responsibility is just one of our core values

With over 748 total hours of community service during the last academic year, ZBT believes in a "hands on" approach to the improvement of its immediate community.

Every single brother dedicates his time to better the quality of life on and off campus. Our community service programs include:

- Habitat For Humanity inter-chapter work day
- View Park Elementary After School Tutoring
- View Park Elementary Clean Up Day
- Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Food Fair Volunteers
- Sound of Music Chapter of the Guilds of Orange County Performing Arts Center Auction Volunteers
- Junior Blind of America Summer Games Volunteers
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Los Angeles Walk To Cure Diabetes

In addition to our volunteer activities off campus, ZBT also raised $6,725 in our annual philanthropy event. Get on the Ball is an event in which a giant inflated ball is pushed around campus and signed by members of the student body. Corporate sponsors donate money for each signature on the ball. Then, at the end of the week, we celebrate our work with the sororities on the row by holding a Jungle Ball tournament. Our Philanthropy Get on the Ball, and our Jungle Ball tournament generated over $6,000 which was donated to the Children's Miracle Network. Children's Miracle Network can be found by clicking this link . To see pictures of Jungle Ball, click here or to see our other community service pictures click here .  

ZBT Carnival (Fall 2011 Philanthropy) If you cannot see the video below, go to

2012 ZBT 4 The Kids Carnival

News and Events
Updates of Recent Events

April 16, 2012
2012 Greek Awards
For our efforts over the past year, we were recognized with the President's Award for Overall Excellence for Fraternities on campus as well as awards for New Member Programming, Membership Development, and Community Service.

November 30, 2011
Two Brothers Win IFC Executive Board
Alpha Delta chapter is proud to announce that two of its brothers won positions on IFC, the new president, Michael Madden, and and Vice President of Recruitment, Andrew Pince.

November 28, 2011
New House
The Alpha Delta chapter of Zeta Beta Tau is proud to announce our new location on the row next year, on 668 W. 28th St.

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About Us

Zeta Beta Tau is located at the north east corner of 28th St and University, on 938 W. 28th St, Los Angeles, CA 90007.

President's Welcome

picture"Zeta Beta Tau pursues excellence in everything we do, whether that translates into community service, philanthropy, social, and, above all, brotherhood."
Ran Woodfin ; President (Spring 2012-Fall 2012)