Alpha Chi Omega
The first musical fraternity founded on October 15, 1885 by seven students in the school of music at Deapauw University in Greencastle , Indiana . Alpha Chi Omega promotes an appreciation of the fine arts and its motto is “Together Let Us Seek the Heights.” Alpha Chi Omega stand for “The first and last such fraternity.”
The first fraternity in the school of music
A pearled golden lyre worn by initiated members of Alpha Chi Omega who are in good standing.
A formal invitation to join a sorority.
The local group of a national sorority.
Fees for a sorority membership.
Persecuting or harassing with humiliating tasks, words, or actions.
Greek goddess and patron goddess of Alpha Chi Omega
March 1, a day recognized by Alpha Chis to give personal service for the
happiness and well-being of others.
The ceremony in which a new member becomes a full active member.
A potential member who has a relative that is a member of a sorority.
The instrument of the Greek gods, the symbol and badge of Alpha Chi Omega
A month to celebrate the fine arts in honor of the MacDowell Colony which was Alpha Chi Omega's first altruistic project, an artist's colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Academic Interest, Character, Financial Responsibility, Leadership Ability, and Personal Development; the foundation upon which membership in Alpha Chi Omega is based.
One's standing with the sorority.
An initiated member assigned to a new member to be her guide and counselor in all matters pertaining to the sorority.
The title given to a potential member from the time she accepts a bid until the time she is actually initiated.
New Member Education
A period of time spent learning about sorority life prior to initiation.
The governing body for women's sororities.
Community service and fundraising efforts to promote human welfare. Alpha Chi Omega's philanthropy is the fight against domestic violence.
The traditional, sacred ceremonies of a chapter, which are usually secret.
A term used within a women's fraternity when referring to other initiated members.
A group of women banded together for social and educational purposes.