The Miss LSU-USA Pageant is nationally recognized as a part of the Miss USA circuit and is a preliminary to the Miss Louisiana-USA Pageant.

If you are interested in competing in the pageant on March 15, 2020, fill out the Miss LSU USA Contestant Packet and turn it into the Greek Life Office at LSU by January 27, 2020.

Until then, you can follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for updates on the upcoming pageant and to see what our current Miss LSU-USA, Keigley Kelly, is up to.

Click HERE to donate to Delta Zeta’s Crowd Change! All donations will go to our Local & National Philanthropies!

 

 

2020 Contestants

Interested in competing? Fill out the Miss LSU USA Contestant Packet and turn it into the Greek Life Office by January 27, 2020.

In the meantime, you can stay updated with Miss LSU-USA 2019, Keighley Kelley, via blogposts and the Miss LSU-USA  Instagram page @misslsuusa. All details regarding Keighley’s travels and the 2020 Pageant will be posted on Facebook (Miss LSU USA) and Instagram @misslsupageant.

 

Miss LSU-USA 2019, Keighley Kelley

Keighley was crowned Miss LSU-USA in the LSU Student Union Theater on Sunday, March 31st, 2019. Congratulations, Keighley, and we are so excited for your reign!

To have Keighley Kelley attend your next event, please fill out an Appearance Request!

Our Purpose – Philanthropy

Delta Zeta proudly supports our national philanthropy of Speech and Hearing. Nationally and locally we support several organizations that tie into this. On a national level, we support The Starkey Hearing Foundation, an organization that provides hearing aids and other services to those less fortunate.

To raise money for our national philanthropy, we host events throughout the semester. Our most prominent one is the Miss LSU-USA pageant which is a preliminary for Miss Louisiana. This past year, the Miss LSU-USA pageant raised close to $100,000, making it the largest Greek philanthropic fundraiser on LSU’s campus. The pageant is a huge accomplishment, and like every huge accomplishment, there’s a team of hard-working people behind it. Every single member of Delta Zeta at LSU has a part in the pageant; it’s a chapter-wide commitment.

One of our local philanthropies, St. Lillian Academy, is a full-time school for children with different social and learning disabilities. The members of Delta Zeta are encouraged to volunteer to be weekly buddies and attend Brownie meetings with the children after school. Alongside this, we donate to The Emerge Center, which is a local premier treatment facility for children diagnosed with autism, suffering with speech and language, and helps with behavioral services.

Delta Zeta takes great pride in knowing that our members go beyond just raising money for Speech and Hearing. What sets Delta Zeta apart is that outside of fundraising, our members are hands on with our philanthropy and work with these children every week. In fact, our chapter was ranked as one of the top chapters nationally for Delta Zeta in the amount of service hours our members give working with these children and fundraising. Our creed states, “To those who may life may touch in slight measure, may I give graciously of what is mine.”

Sponsor the 2020 Miss LSU-USA Pageant

The Miss LSU-USA Pageant is a fundraising event hosted by the Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta. The pageant is fully funded through sponsorships from generous local and national businesses. Additionally, through these sponsorships, Delta Zeta is able to donate thousands of dollars every year to their local and national philanthropies.

Our 2020 pageant will be held on March 15th, 2020!

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