The mission of Zeta Tau Alpha is to make a difference in the lives of our membership by developing the potential of each individual through visionary programming which emphasizes leadership development, service to others, academic success, and continued personal growth for women with a commitment to friendship and the future based on the values and traditions of our past.
Saturday, December 8 was the 2nd Annual Colonial Chestertown Day and Christmas House Tour. Wandering around the historic district was like stepping back in time. Costumed interpreters, carriage rides, and carolers were to be spotted in and around the beautifully decorated 18th century homes. Several Starr Center student associates and members of the Washington College History Society joined in the festive day.
Habitat for Humanity, in collaboration with the WC Equestrian Team, and with the sponsorship of WCDS, held a campus-wide day of community service on Saturday, September 7. Members of the campus community were encouraged to join Habitat for Humanity as they worked on-site at Summer Winds Stables in Worton, MD. The 501(c) non-profit horse rescue and riding therapy facility also serves as the College’s Equestrian Team’s training facility.