Unique Alpha Chi Omega Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in a rewarding, short-term volunteer role that combines a weekend of sisterhood with the ability to use your professional skills? We have two exciting convention volunteer opportunities to share! Every two years, Alpha Chi Omega hosts a national convention – an event to celebrate the accomplishments of the past biennium, to conduct […]

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We All Have a Role in DVA

By Emily Martin Floyd (Theta Upsilon, University of South Carolina) It wasn’t until my sophomore year of college that I really took the notion of joining a sorority at the University of South Carolina seriously. I had gone through a few rounds my freshman year but dropped out shortly after; the process was overwhelming, I […]


Founders’ Day: Sisterhood Then and Now

By Lynne Herndon (Alpha Upsilon, The University of Alabama), National President As we approach October 15, 2021, and our 136th Founders’ Day, I am filled with excitement and appreciation. It is amazing to think about our seven Founders and the foresight they had to create the first Greek-letter social fraternity for women enrolled in a […]


Living Beyond Cancer

By Heather Hall (Delta Zeta, Central Michigan University) Cancer first touched my life when I was 21, three months shy of graduating from Central Michigan University. Diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, I underwent months of chemotherapy and a surgery replacing part of my left femur, knee and tibia with titanium. I graduated […]