WHAT WE DO
BECOME A DEKE
Any Degree, Any Area of Study
Current members represent over 30 areas of study on campus including Sports Management, Accounting, Psychology, Bio-Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Advertising, Finance, Neuroscience, Mechanical Engineering, Pre-Law, Biology, Pre-Med, Political Science, Wine & Beverage Business Management, and many more.
Any WSU College
Current members represent these Washington State University Colleges on the Pullman campus: Carson College of Business, College of Arts and Sciences , College of Education, Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS), and Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.
Expand and Network
Current members are highly active on campus and provide new opportunities to other members. Our members believe in helping their brothers succeed. Groups that members are currently associated with include Marine Reserves, Cougar Connectors, Associated Students of Washington State University (ASWSU), Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, College Democrats, Pre-Law Society, Resident Technical Adviser, research labs and more.
Must be in Good Standing with the University
Minimum 3.0 Previous Semester GPA
Minimum 2.8 Cumulative GPA
Never Previously Initiated into a Social or Cultural Fraternity (Academic OK)
Must be an Undergraduate
Terms and Conditions of the Zeta Theta Lion Scholarship
By applying for the Zeta Theta Lion Scholarship, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
To be eligible to receive the Zeta Theta Lion Scholarship, one must have a minimum of a 3.0 high school or college GPA, fill out an online interest form or virtual interview form, and be offered a bid by the Zeta Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Applicants can fill out an interest form even if they plan to participate in formal rush.
To be awarded the Zeta Theta Lion scholarship, the recipient must be enrolled or plan on being enrolled in full-time classes at Washington State University during both the fall and spring semesters. The student must also accept their bid and complete the initiation process for the Zeta Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon.
The funds awarded through the Zeta Theta Lion Scholarship will be directly applied to cover the recipient’s local dues for the Zeta Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon and can not be cashed out in any other form.
The recipient of the Zeta Theta Lion scholarship will be selected by a committee including active members and alumni. The committee will look at each applicant in a holistic matter, taking into consideration each applicant’s financial need, leadership and professional skills, and personal experiences.
The deadline to submit an interest form online and be automatically considered for the Zeta Theta Lion scholarship is August 5th, 2020.
The scholarship committee may add those who didn’t fill out an interest form prior to August 5th to the pool of eligible potential recipients at their own discretion so long as the other established criteria is met.
The recipient will be announced at the end of formal rush during the Zeta Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon’s end of rush celebration or similar event.
The Zeta Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon reserves the right to rescind the offer for the scholarship if the recipient withdraws or defers their bid, fails to complete the initiation process, or withdraws from classes at Washington State University.