Chi Omega

Founded: April 5, 1895 - University of Arkansas
Chartered at University of West Georgia: May 29, 1971
Symbol: Owl
Colors: Cardinal and Straw 
Nickname:CHI O
National Philanthropy: Chosen locally- Adopt-a-Grandparent at Carrollton Manor
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Membership in Chi Omega is an honor, privilege, and socially enriching experience. Chi Omega is the largest national sorority with over 220,000 initiated members and 175 active chapters. One out of ten sorority women are a Chi Omega and the other nine are scattered among the twenty-five other sororities.

We have the opportunity to interact with all the fraternities through socials, mixers, and date parties. Chi Omega is active in the community with a Read Aloud program for underprivileged children, an Easter Egg Hunt, the Rape Crisis Center, and Big Man on Campus which raises money for the American Heart Association.

Some Chi Omega sisters have received awards and honors such as Greek Woman of the Year, Distinguished Student Leader, President's Award, 1st place in Video Night during Greek Week, and many more. We have sisters that actively participate in other activities such as intramurals, Student League, Summer Orientation Staff, Order of Omega, Campus Outreach, cheerleading, cross country track, and dance team. Through our activities and academic responsibilities we have created an everlasting sisterhood.