Rush and Recruitment is a week long process where potential new members (PNM's) are welcome to come learn about Delta Nu Zeta, see what we have to offer, and meet all of our lovely sisters! During rush we want to get to know you and teach about our sorority. We consider our rush and recuitment process to be more laid back than the traditional Panhellenic process. With that being said the first three days do not require a dress code. We encourage you to come as you are or in whatever makes you feel comfortable and beautiful. During these days we will provide PNM's with information about Delta Nu Zeta as well as play games and ice breakers that help you get to know the sisters and other rushees. Thursday and Friday of rush week are invite only, these days have a dress code which will be explained later on in your rush process.


If you have more questions or want to see what Delta Nu Zeta is all about in person, come to our info nights this fall! Here you can get your questions answered and have a chance to mingle with the sisters! 

January 21st with sessions at 8 and 9pm in SSB218

January 22nd with sessions at 8 and 9pm in SSB218


  Rush Week is January 27th-31st!

January 27th we'll be meeting in the State Ballroom at 6pm

January 28th we'll be meeting in the State Ballroom at 7pm

January 29th we'll be meeting in the State Ballroom at 6pm

January 30th: Invite only

January 31st: Invite only




  • How can i contact someone with questions?

    • You can follow is on facebook at "Delta Nu Zeta at Florida State University" or Instagram @deltanuzetafsu and send us a message. Our Historian should be getting back to you shortly! 

  • What if we are not able to make one of the rush events?

    • That is fine! We understand that everyone has a busy schedule. We hope and encourage you to come to most of them but if you cannot, please email the account dnzfsu@gmail.com letting us know that you couldn't come so we know that you are still interested. 

  • I noticed that your philanthropy involves animals, what if I am allergic to dogs or cats?

    • No worries! Don't let this aspect of DNZ discourage you from rushing! We have plenty of other organizations both on campus and off that we work closely with that allows our sisters to give back to the community and achieve their required 20 community service hours per semester. 

  • How much of a time commitment is Delta Nu Zeta?

    • Our sorority is very active. It is a time commitment but we have many sisters who are very busy and even participate in other organizations on campus and still have time for DNZ. We meet once a week for mandatory chapter and we also have non-mandatory events throughout the semester such as our Sisterhood Retreat and Fox Trot Semi Formal. The 20 hours of community service is required but we are flexible and provide many opportunities to attain them! 

  • What charities do we participate with other than CARE?

    • DNZ volunteers with Light the Night, Dance Marathon, Relay for Life, Tallahassee Adopt-A-Road, Leon County Humane Society and more! 

  • ​What if I am not able to pay Delta Nu Zeta dues all at once. What are my options?

    • ​​Don't worry! Don't let this aspect of DNZ discourage you from rushing! We have multiple payment plans in place, but if this doesn't work for you, our VP of Finance cam work on a case by case scenario. 

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