"Adopt a Highway" is one of the many community service projects that have benefited from sorority participation.
The St. Cloud State chapter of Delta Zeta is one of the top three sororities in the national organization in hours given to service by its members. The women in the Theta Mu chapter completed an average of 42 service hours per person in a single semester. Community service projects that have had Delta Zeta participation include Tramp-o-line-athon, Adopt a Block/Adopt a Highway and Trick or Treat for Cans. Six hundred women have belonged to the St. Cloud State chapter since it was established on campus in 1966.