Alpha Chi Omega is always thrilled to welcome new women into our sisterhood, especially the founding members of our newest chapters!
Take a moment to learn more about new chapter additions, soon-to-be chapters (otherwise known as colonies) and how our current members can play a role in their success.
We’re seeking women on the following campuses who display good character, leadership ability, academic interest, personal development and financial responsibility, and who are eager to experience sisterhood and fun.
Alpha Chi Omega is excited to recolonize at Syracuse University in the fall! Twelve sororities currently call Syracuse home, and we cannot wait to rejoin the vibrant Greek community on campus. Syracuse's mission includes providing an environment in which students come together to create, grow and break boundaries—a mission that aligns with Alpha Chi Omega's message of seeking the heights. This fall, we will be seeking founding members who are looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a chance to leave a legacy at Syracuse. Whether you're a potential new member, an interested alumna or a curious parent, we'd love to hear from you! Email Alpha Chi Omega at Syracuse
INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS
The new Alpha Chi Omega chapter at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) is our fourth new chapter of the 2015-16 academic year, and our seventh chapter in the state of Indiana! The Kappa Omega chapter is led by a remarkable group of leaders, including an executive board and a full advisory board. Kappa Omega members are already making an impact on the IUPUI campus and in Indianapolis by participating in the Greek community and increasing domestic violence awareness. Follow the Kappa Omega chapter on social media to learn about all things Alpha Chi at IUPUI!
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WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY
We are excited to be growing in Oregon with the addition of our new chapter at Western Oregon University (WOU)! Kappa Psi is Alpha Chi Omega’s fifth collegiate chapter in Oregon and has the distinction of being the first National Panhellenic Conference sorority on campus. Our Kappa Psi sisters made not only Alpha Chi Omega history, but WOU history as well! Members are forging a strong new sisterhood with support from community partners, parents and alumnae alike. Find out more on the Kappa Psi chapter website and on social media.
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
In fall 2015, Alpha Chi Omega was proud to return to University of Kentucky (UK)! The recolonization of our Delta Omega chapter brought the 14th sorority to the campus Panhellenic community. The chapter is led by an outstanding executive board and supported by a full advisory board! We are delighted by our UK members’ successful contributions to the chapter, and to the greater campus and community through leadership and impactful events. Follow Delta Omega on the chapter website and on social media.
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FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY
Alpha Chi Omega was thrilled to open our ninth Florida chapter and join the Eagle family at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU)! The women of the Kappa Chi chapter make up the sixth group within the young and rapidly growing FGCU Panhellenic community. Between fantastic chapter events and programming, an incredible executive board, and support from a dynamic, experienced advisory board, our FGCU sisters are really enjoying their sisterhood! Learn more about the Kappa Chi chapter on the chapter website and on social media.
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Loyola Marymount University
The new chapter at Loyola Marymount is Alpha Chi Omega’s fifth new chapter of the 2015 – 2016 academic year and our organization’s fifteenth chapter in the state of California! The Kappa Phi chapter is directed by a remarkable group of leaders and supported by an impressive, full advisory board. With this, members are making an impact in the LMU campus, both by participating in the Greek community and by increasing campus-wide domestic violence awareness. Follow Kappa Phi chapter on social media to learn more.
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University of Southern Mississippi
Alpha Chi Omega is proud to return to Mississippi! The Kappa Sigma chapter of Alpha Chi Omega has the distinction of being USM’s eighth Panhellenic sorority and Alpha Chi Omega’s only active collegiate chapter in the state. Alpha Chi Omega is headed to the top at USM! Check out the chapter website and social media sites to learn more about all things Alpha Chi at USM.
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University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Alpha Chi Omega was overjoyed to open our organization’s sixth collegiate chapter in North Carolina and join the Charlotte 49er family. The women of the Kappa Rho chapter of Alpha Chi Omega represent the seventh chapter within the UNCC Panhellenic community. Between fantastic chapter events and programming and support from a dynamic, experienced advisory board, our UNCC sisters are really enjoying their sisterhood! Learn more on the chapter website and social media.
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University of Connecticut
During fall 2014 Alpha Chi Omega added a second collegiate chapter to the state of Connecticut by making a strong debut in Storrs. We’re delighted by the members’ success and are especially proud of the chapter facility in Husky Village. Alpha Chi Omegas are contributing to the chapter and the greater campus through leadership and impactful events; they’re supported by a full advisory board! Find out more on the chapter website and on social media.
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Florida International University
Go Panthers! Alpha Chi Omega is thrilled to have a new chapter in Miami! The FIU Panhellenic community boasts eight sororities and we’re thrilled Alpha Chi Omega is now counted amongst them. Members are forging a strong new sisterhood with support from community partners, parents, and alumnae alike. Follow our new Kappa Upsilon chapter on their local chapter website and on social media.
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Already an Alpha Chi Omega?
You can support our new chapters and future colonies by spreading the word! Your word of mouth is the best way to get our name into a new campus community and get sisters as excited as we are! Better yet, consider volunteering with the chapter or recommending a young woman.
If you want to contribute to a new chapter or colony in a more hands-on way, complete the volunteer application or contact our volunteer director of new chapter development, Kristin Himsel
, with questions.
To recommend a friend or relative as a potential new member to one of these new chapters, please complete our online recommendation form.
If you have questions about our newest chapters, please contact Lisa Roane, Assistant Director of Collegiate Growth.