What does that mean for the important woman in your life?
It means she gets to be part of an organization where she can be true to herself, learn how to make the most of her talents and realize her greatest potential—all in her own way. It means she’ll be backed by more than 230,000 other Alpha Chi Omegas offering support, encouragement, inspiration, friendship and fun. It means her college education will be enhanced outside the classroom with a four-year learning and leadership program. It means she’ll have opportunities for lifetime leadership and engagement with real, strong women making a difference for themselves, their fellow members and the world around them.

We’re an organization focused on redefining what it means to be a sorority woman. In Alpha Chi Omega you will find real conversations, genuine experiences and the development of real, strong women. If you are interested in joining an organization of sincere women, Alpha Chi Omega is for you. Our organizations and local chapters select lifetime members based on the five criteria listed below:

Academic Interest

Alpha Chi believes in the importance of intellectual development and urges sound scholarship and superior intellectual achievement.


Alpha Chi expects members to accept and reflect moral integrity and dignity, social awareness, financial responsibility, fraternity loyalty and interest.

Financial Responsibility

Alpha Chi expects each member to be responsible for prompt payment of all dues and fees and other financial commitments.


Alpha Chi believes that character, personality, and leadership develop through participation in campus activities and urges each collegian to be interested in her community.

Personal Development

Alpha Chi believes in the development of our members in cultural appreciation and the further development of one’s social graces

Formal Recruitment will take place August 20, 2018- August 25, 2018
To register for recruitment please visit

Questions? Please contact:
Vice President Recruitment’s email:
Haley Caswell

Chapter Resource Information Chair’s email:
Miranda Schneider

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