Welcoming Our 300,000th Member
What started with seven young women at DePauw University has grown into a sisterhood of hundreds of thousands of real, strong women. We’re thrilled to welcome Lily Heddinghaus from the Delta Omega chapter at University of Kentucky as Alpha Chi Omega’s 300,000th initiated member!
Growth and Support
Each June, we recognize LGBTQ Pride Month. Alpha Chi Omega shares informative resources and highlights the individual experiences of sisters who identify as LGBTQ – like Madison Wilson, a collegiate member of our Kappa Rho (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) chapter.
Founder's Day: Sisterhood Then and Now
Our seven founders wanted to create an organization that offered social interaction, friendship and artistic society as well as a place that fostered the advancement of the principles of true womanhood. In so many ways, our sorority experience today is exactly the same. We want our members to experience connections, leadership, growth and service while enjoying the society of our sisters. Read More!
Ask An Alpha Chi – Pride Month Edition: Kate Smith
Each June, we recognize LGBTQ Pride Month. Alpha Chi Omega shares informative resources and highlights the individual experiences of sisters who identify as LGBTQ – like Kate Smith, a collegiate member of our Zeta Omicron (Vanderbilt University) chapter. Read more!
Finding Her Past, Present And Future
If you’ve watched the Netflix documentary Found – about three adopted teenagers who discover they’re cousins and travel to China to learn about their history – you may have noticed a few Alpha Chi moments. Read More!
Not Just Any Flower – The Red Carnation
As Alpha Chi Omega celebrates 137 years of sisterhood this week, we look back on the symbols and traditions that have stood the test of time.
What It Means to Be an Alpha Chi Omega
Content warning: parental loss September 15, 2021 was officially the worst day of my life...
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