Zeta Beta Tau is currently involved in The University of Alabama's Student Government Association. There are brothers that are involved in all three branches of SGA. The students in SGA work tirelessly to improve student life here on campus at Alabama.

  • Jason Rothfarb is currently serving as a College of Arts and Sciences Senator for the 2018-2019 school year.

  • Adam Weil served as a First Year Councillor for the 2017-2018 school year.

  • Charlie Steinmetz is currently serving as the Chief of Staff on the Executive Cabinet.

  • Eric Silver, Max Ervin, Jack Baron, Asaf Katzir and Zach Katz all currently serve as Council Directors across several cabinets.

  • Branden Greenberg, Alumni, was the 2015-2016 Vice President of Student Affairs.

  • Andrew Gross, Alumni, served as the 2014-2015 Vice President of Financial Affairs.


 This past year, Psi chapter senior, Alex Koplin founded UA’s own chapter of AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee). Since its creation, UA’s chapter has been one of the fastest growing and has become one of the largest chapters in the nation. Several brothers have been elected to serve on AIPAC’s executive board in this coming semester. Freshman Joel Rittenberg has been elected to serve as the Vice President of Communications, Freshman Brett Eisenberg has been elected to serve as the Vice President of Political Affairs, and Sophomore Jack Baron has been elected to serve as the Vice President of Financial Affairs.


The Psi Chapter would like to congratulate Brothers Noah Estroff and Ethan Schwartz for selected for their respective Club athletic teams. Noah is a pitcher for the 2019 Club Baseball team, and Ethan was recently chosen to become a member of the Club Golf team. We are excited to watch them compete at a high level in their upcoming seasons!

We are proud to announce that Zach Katz was selected to serve as a 2017 Capstone Man.

The Capstone Men and Women are a group of students selected to serve as official ambassadors of The University of Alabama. Capstone Men and Women assist the University president’s office, admissions, and alumni during functions held on campus and in other locations, as well as host daily tours of the campus for prospective students and other visitors.