Alpha Phi Chapter

National Zeta Phi Eta Council

Other Campus Chapters

UW-Whitewater Guides

Freedom of Expression Policy and Protest Guidelines

UW System Commitment to Academic Freedom and Freedom of Expression Policy

UW-Whitewater Protest Guidelines

Organization Recognition and Conduct

Student Organization Recognition Policy

Student Org Misconduct Policy

Org Recognition Meeting Materials


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Planning Resources

Bringing Speakers to Campus? – Download Guide Here  

Is It A Potluck? – Download Policy Here; Download Guide Here

Must I Use University Catering? – Download Guide Here

Food at Events Overview – COVID Guidelines for Food

Posting Policy – Download Policy Here                                                                                             

Fundraising Policies and Processes

Campus Sales and Solicitation Policy

Student Organization Fundraising Policy

Fundraising Registration Form                                                                       

Additional Resources are available to you through the Student Involvement Team! 

About Us

Each semester we do our best to provide our members with the following benefits:

  • Professional development: Each semester, we have a few speakers give presentations for us, telling us about their professional experiences in the communication arts and sciences. In the past, some of them have even offered our members paid internships!
  • Leadership opportunities: Once you’re a member, you have a chance at becoming a member of the Executive Board, such as President, Secretary, Fundraising Chair or Community Service Chair, and more! Now THAT looks good on a resumé!
  • Community service: We plan at least four hours of community service each semester. New members are required to participate in four hours of community service.
  • Networking: Being in Zeta gives you the opportunity to meet people with similar interests in the communication arts and sciences.
  • Social events: At the end of each semester, we have Semi-Formal (Fall) or Formal (Spring) where we all go out to eat somewhere special and have fun in places like the Wisconsin Dells or Milwaukee. We also hold a couple other smaller social events throughout the semester.
  • And much, much more!

We’re always happy to receive new members, so if you’re interested and have questions, please email us at