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Zeta Psi

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About Our Organization

Zeta Psi is an international men’s social fraternity that establishes lifelong friendships. Zeta Psi members recruit and develop authentic, honorable men; our mission is to create a better brotherhood for better communities. Among many events, annually, Zeta Psi hosts a food drive on the Marist campus to help families in need during the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. 

Club Leadership

President: Avishay Chowdhry, '24

  • In contact with IHQ
  • Should preside over supreme council
  • Communicates with other Zeta Psi Presidents
  • Leads public events 

Vice President: Marco Selce, '24

  • Acts as President in the absence of the President
  • Runs general meetings according to prior established agenda agreed upon by Supreme Council
  • Oversees all chairman and committees 
  • Meets with executive board members to ensure they are keeping up with their duties 

Sergeant At Arms: Michelangelo Hidalgo, '24 

  • Maintains a disciplinary code 
  • Should remain impartial during meetings in order to maintain order
  • Responsible for overseeing PNM process  
  • Creates a PNM calendar, times, dates, and name of events
  • Coordinates all pledge events 

 Secretary: Tyler Staszak, '24

  • Communicates with the general members 
  • Must maintain Marist Club Management system 
  • Records all meeting and event attendance 
  • Fills out the “End of the year” Report at the end of Spring Semester (on time) 
  • Puts together the Greek binder for Greek Council 

Treasurer: Ben Thorsheim, '24

  • Completes and Submits allocations 
  • Ensures that allocated money is used
  • Handles Chapter money and related chapter purchases
  • Collects payment plans from brothers 

Corresponding Secretary: Eric Chaffin, '24

  • Replaces Secretary in his absence 
  • Fills out “Room Reservations” as needed for special events, prior to general and supreme council
  • Regularly checks the club mail 
  • Fills out event evaluation for rush events 

Historian: Griffin Stansel, '26

  • Keeps records of all Fraternity documents and items/memories 
  • Keeping in contact with alumni 
  • In charge of rules and regulations (editing and presenting) 
  • Updates documents on the Google drive such as E-board History and Family trees 

Recruitment Chair: Klanell Lee, '24

  • In charge of bringing new members into the chapter 
  • Makes a schedule of recruitment events 
  • Manages the chapter during recruitment events
  • Follows up with rushees that attend chapter events    

Philanthropy Chair: Keon Lee, '24

  • First response for philanthropic events 
  • Must understand difference between philanthropy and charity work 
  • Fills out event evaluation forms for Philanthropy events 
  • Sets philanthropic goals (3 per semester 

Socials Chair: Chiara Cassone, '24

  • Builds the social team-squad of brothers committed to carrying out all social event responsibilities for all events in the semester 
  • Delegates to social team members 
  • Fills out “Event Evaluation” for any social events on campus

Social Media: Soph Duggan, '24

  • Responsible for posting on Instagram and Facebook accounts 
  • Remains active on social media by liking and following 
  • Takes Pictures at all events brothers attend 

Comstock Chair: Alexander Ball-Brauns, '24

  • Organizes chapter visits 
  • Communicates with members of other chapters to put together visits 
  • Creates Comstock report at the end of the year to submit to IHQ  


Non-Board Members

Mason Creekmore, '24

Cole Foster, '24

Jordan Kass, '26

Jack Kermanshai, '26

Declan Leonard, '24

Zach Mendelson, '25

Michael McMahon, '26

Michael Rannagan, '26

Andrew Bernal, '24 

Meeting Times

Zeta Psi meets Wednesdays at 9:30pm in Music 3202

Earn Priority Points through Clubs and Activities

To earn one (1) point: Members must attend a minimum of 50% of club/organization meetings for the semester and 50% of club/organization activities.

To earn two (2) points: Members must attend a minimum of 50% of club/organization meetings for the semester and 75% of club/organization activities PLUS the community service event.

To earn three (3) points (executive board only): Officers must attend 50% of club meetings for the semester and 100% of club activities including community service. If executive board members do not complete all of the requirements to earn three points, they will be eligible to receive up to two points based on the above criteria.