Who we are
Mu Omicron Zeta (MOZ) is a diverse, strong community of individuals bound together by brotherhood. Our fraternity is over 200 members strong, each brother bringing something unique to the table.
Founded in 1992 and still going strong to this day, MOZ is deeply involved in charity work and maintaining the fraternal spirit, but also hosts some of the most legendary parties and events known to Greek Life.
We are committed to forging strong bonds between brothers, whether it be through teamwork, leadership, partying, or philanthropy.
As members of MOZ, we have each other’s backs through thick and thin, we follow our own paths through the journey that is Greek Life, and we work together to make sure that your college experience is the best it can be.
Protecting the environment
We are an environmental fraternity, and protecting our planet is everything to us. Since 1992, Mu Omicron Zeta has been recognized for its environmental battle. When organizing events, we are committed to being transparent about where and how we dispose of used glasses and cans.
We believe every human should be conscious of their action towards mother nature, and we are deeply committed to the ethical sourcing and responsible use of all disposable goods. We do not condone any pollution or overuse of limited ressources. Our standards for the sourcing of fraternity sweaters, party supply and frat house furniture reflect our commitment that one should do what is best for the environment when possible.
What can you do
There are a number of ways you can help protect the environment in your everyday life. Some things you can do to reduce waste, conserve energy and prevent pollution include:
- Use reusable products or borrow, rent, or share items used infrequently,
- Select products made from recycled materials or designed to be safer for the environment,
- Turn off appliances and lights when you leave the room,
- Take public transportation instead of driving,
- Turn your thermostat down in the winter and up in the summer,
- Avoid waiting in long drive-thru lines at fast-food restaurants or banks. Park your car and go in.