3 October 2005
Delta Zeta Sorority's New Member Class Begins AlcoholEdu Program
The Lambda Gamma Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority at Jacksonville
State University announces that its new member class will begin taking the AlcoholEdu course as part of the requirement
for membership in the Sorority. Delta Zeta Sorority has required new members to take the online, confidential course
AlcoholEdu is personalized for each student, and includes interactive exercises, surveys attitudes and behaviors, and has
been developed by leading alcohol and prevention experts. The science-based course is taken by tens of thousands of
students each year, and educates students about alcohol and its effect on the mind and body.
Delta Zeta Sorority is also conducting the I Have a Choice campaign, which works to educate college-age students about
the dangers of alcohol abuse, inspiring them to examine their lifestyles and make informed decisions regarding this
and other substances. Moreover, the campaign seeks to partner with officials and administrators in higher education,
as well as the community surrounding campuses where Delta Zeta has chapters, to eradicate the abuse of alcohol among
The campaign features key events to support National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week on October 16-22, 2005. Delta
Zeta Sorority was founded on Miami University’s campus in Oxford, Ohio in 1902. The Sorority has over 190,000 alumnae
and collegiate members in the United States and Canada. The Delta Zeta Foundation, a non-profit organization, makes
possible gifts and support for scholarships, leadership, philanthropy, and education.
For further information, please contact Jessie Owens, JSU PO Box 3059 Jacksonville, AL 36265, (205) 533-2161,
for news releases by using the request form at www.jsu.edu/newswire/request.