Zeta Gamma

Twenty young women joined together in 1969 at what was then a small, rural college, and began a group that would become Zeta Gamma. Installed in 1971, just one week after fellow North Carolina chapter, Zeta Beta, the group claimed one of the dorm floors as their official residence until they moved into a university-owned home in 2006. Zeta Gamma has consistently won top Panhellenic honors. Erin Alfaro is a long-serving advisor and Joanna Faulkner Hall has a long record of service to Omicron at Duke and as an international officer.