Every year, thousands of women join Chi Omega, the largest fraternal women’s organization with 181 collegiate chapters and over 380,000 initiates. Membership in Chi Omega provides lifelong friendships, campus and community involvement, and countless opportunities for personal growth and development in college and beyond. Chi Omega offers a home in your new college environment and a place where you can make a difference and thrive!
In order to become a member of Chi Omega, you will need to participate in recruitment on your college campus.
Our Fraternity’s vast network of alumnae plays a critical role in providing information so that Chi Omega and young women can learn about each other, and we now offer multiple pathways to introduction. Click below to learn more!
Chi Omega Legacy: Chi Omega defines a legacy as a sister or a daughter of a Chi Omega in good standing. Granddaughters, cousins, and nieces of Chi Omegas have close ties but are not Chi Omega legacies. Being designated as a Chi Omega legacy does not guarantee membership in Chi Omega. Chi Omega collegiate chapters set their own legacy policies according to the number of invites allowed by their campus panhellenic.
For Collegiate Members:Collegiate letter of Introduction, As a collegiate Sister, you offer a unique connection to your peers looking to join Chi Omega and play a key role in introducing us to PNMs.
For Potential New Members (PNM):The PNM Interest Form: PNM, if you have searched high and low and can’t find a Chi Omega to connect with, please click here.
For Alumnae: Recruitment Introduction Form (RIF): As a Chi Omega alumna, it is an honor to be asked to provide a Recruitment Introduction Form (RIF). You are the key to connecting Chi Omega to women in your community. Seek these women out and share with them what Chi Omega has meant to you and how it has benefitted your life.
Once you’ve identified these women, there are two versions of our RIF form: the online version and the paper version. Please log in to Everyday for both versions of the form with instructions. You may contact the Executive Headquarters for login help or RIF questions at 901.748.8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The online version of the form is submitted immediately to the local collegiate and alumnae leaders. It is the most efficient way to introduce a woman for membership. For Sisters without internet access, feel free to call Chi Omega Executive Headquarters at 901.748.8600.
If you prefer to mail a hard copy RIF form, you can locate address information for the appropriate recruitment volunteers by visiting Everyday. Once logged in, click on the link “Find Recruitment Contacts” to locate recruitment volunteers by state.
Joining Chi Omega in Light of COVID-19
Chi Omega recognizes that many students are understandably concerned about what joining a sorority could look like for them. Below are some questions you may have regarding the sorority membership experience and what Chi Omega is doing to ensure the welfare of every Sister is ‘ever at heart’.
There is a Chi Omega chapter on my campus. How do I join?
In order to become a member of Chi Omega, you will need to participate in recruitment on your college campus.
As a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), Chi Omega may participate in any of these four recruitment styles:
Fully Structured Recruitment
Partially Structured Recruitment
Minimally Structured Recruitment
In light of current COVID-19 precautions, universities may be adjusting their recruitment process. We encourage you to reach out to the Office of Student Life or the Office of Fraternity and Sorority life on your campus to learn how to register for sorority recruitment.
Chi Omega Chapters Across the Nation
Alpha Beta | Auburn University | Auburn, Alabama Beta Theta | University of South Alabama | Mobile, Alabama Iota Kappa | Troy University | Troy, Alabama Lambda Kappa | Huntingdon College | Montgomery, Alabama Nu Beta | University of Alabama | Tuscaloosa, Alabama Omicron Lambda | Birmingham-Southern College | Birmingham, Alabama Tau Kappa | University of Montevallo | Birmingham, Alabama Zeta Zeta | Samford University | Birmingham, Alabama
Delta Lambda | Northern Arizona University | Flagstaff, Arizona Psi Epsilon | Arizona State University | Tempe, Arizona Zeta Beta| University of Arizona | Tucson, Arizona
Gamma Zeta | University of Arkansas – Little Rock | Little Rock, Arkansas Omicron Zeta | Arkansas State University | Jonesboro, Arkansas Psi | University of Arkansas | Fayetteville, Arkansas
Beta Kappa | California State Polytechnic University – Pomona | Rancho Cucamonga, California Gamma Beta | University of California, Los Angeles | Los Angeles, California Kappa Lambda | University of California, San Diego | La Jolla, California Mu | University of California, Berkeley | Berkeley, California Nu Alpha | Stanford University | Stanford, California Omicron Kappa | University of California, Davis | Davis, California Omicron Mu | Cal Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo | San Luis Obispo, California
Chi Zeta | Colorado State University | Fort Collins, Colorado Zeta | University of Colorado | Boulder, Colorado Zeta Mu | University of Denver | Denver, Colorado
Iota Mu | Quinnipiac University | Hamden, Connecticut Kappa Mu | Sacred Heart University | Fairfield, Connecticut
Rho Lambda | University of Delaware | Newark, Delaware
Eta Delta | University of Florida | Gainesville, Florida Gamma | Florida State University | Tallahassee, Florida Pi Mu | Florida Gulf Coast University | Fort Myers, Florida Psi Mu | University of Central Florida | Orlando, Florida Theta Theta | University of South Florida | Temple Terrace, Florida Upsilon Beta | Rollins College | Winter Park, Florida Upsilon Delta | University of Miami | Coral Gables, Florida
Delta Theta | Oglethorpe University | Atlanta, Georgia Mu Beta | University of Georgia | Athens, Georgia Nu Kappa | Georgia Southern University | Statesboro, Georgia Phi Kappa | University of West Georgia | Carrollton, Georgia Psi Gamma | Mercer University | Macon, Georgia Psi Lambda | Valdosta State University | Valdosta, Georgia
Gamma Kappa | Western Illinois University | Macomb, Illinois Lambda Mu | Loyola University Chicago | Chicago, Illinois Mu Delta | Bradley University | Peoria, Illinois Omicron | University of Illinois | Champaign, Illinois Rho Kappa | Illinois State University | Normal, Illinois Rho Mu | DePaul University | Chicago, Illinois Xi | Northwestern University | Evanston, Illinois
Alpha Delta | Indiana State University | Terre Haute, Indiana Alpha Lambda | Valparaiso University | Valparaiso, Indiana Chi Beta | Purdue University | West Lafayette, Indiana Chi Epsilon | University of Evansville | Evansville, Indiana Gamma Lambda | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology | Terre Haute, Indiana Phi Epsilon | Ball State University | Muncie, Indiana Theta Beta | Indiana University | Bloomington, Indiana Upsilon Lambda | Hanover College | Hanover, Indiana
Eta Beta | Iowa State University | Ames, Iowa Psi Beta | University of Iowa | Iowa City, Iowa
Kappa Alpha | Kansas State University | Manhattan, Kansas Lambda | University of Kansas | Lawrence, Kansas Nu Zeta | Emporia State University | Emporia, Kansas
Beta Gamma | University of Louisville | Louisville, Kentucky Chi | Transylvania University | Lexington, Kentucky Chi Theta | Western Kentucky University | Bowling Green, Kentucky Epsilon Theta | Morehead State University | Morehead, Kentucky Gamma Theta | Eastern Kentucky University | Richmond, Kentucky Lambda Alpha | University of Kentucky | Lexington, Kentucky
Iota Gamma | Centenary College of | Louisiana Shreveport, Louisiana Phi Gamma | Louisiana State University | Baton Rouge, Louisiana Phi Zeta | McNeese State University | Lake Charles, Louisiana Rho | Tulane University | New Orleans, Louisiana
Xi Beta | University of Maine | Orono, Maine
Chi Alpha | Tufts University | Medford, Massachusetts Epsilon Mu | Northeastern University | Boston, Massachusetts Iota Beta | University of Massachusetts | Amherst, Massachusetts Sigma Mu | Babson College | Babson Park, Massachusetts Theta Mu | Worcester Polytechnic Institute | Worcester, Massachusetts
Eta | University of Michigan Ann | Arbor, Michigan Mu Zeta | Adrian College | Adrian, Michigan Pi Zeta | Western Michigan University | Kalamazoo, Michigan Rho Gamma | Hillsdale College | Hillsdale, Michigan Xi Gamma | Michigan State University | East Lansing, Michigan
Pi Beta | University of Minnesota | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Chi Delta | Millsaps College | Jackson, Mississippi Epsilon Delta | University of Southern Mississippi | Hattiesburg, Mississippi Phi Delta | Mississippi State University | Starkville, Mississippi Tau | University of Mississippi | Oxford, Mississippi
Eta Kappa | Missouri University of Science and Technology | Rolla, Missouri Lambda Zeta | University of Missouri – Kansas City | Kansas City, Missouri Mu Gamma | Culver-Stockton College | Canton, Missouri Rho Alpha | University of Missouri – Columbia | Columbia, Missouri Tau Mu | Washington University | Saint Louis, Missouri Tau Theta | William Woods University | Fulton, Missouri
Sigma Beta | Montana State University | Bozeman, Montana
Kappa | University of Nebraska – Lincoln | Lincoln, Nebraska Zeta Delta | University of Nebraska – Omaha | Elkhorn, Nebraska
Mu Alpha | University of New Hampshire | Durham, New Hampshire
Pi Delta | New Mexico State University | Las Cruces, New Mexico Pi Gamma | University of New Mexico | Albuquerque, New Mexico Theta Zeta | Eastern New Mexico University | Portales, New Mexico
Epsilon Kappa | St. Lawrence University | Canton, New York Xi Mu | University of Rochester | Rochester, New York
Alpha Kappa | North Carolina State University | Raleigh, North Carolina Delta Kappa | University of North Carolina – Charlotte | Charlotte, North Carolina Epsilon Beta | University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill | Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mu Kappa | Duke University | Durham, North Carolina Nu Lambda | University of North Carolina – Wilmington | Wilmington, North Carolina Pi Kappa | Appalachian State University | Boone, North Carolina Rho Zeta East | Carolina University | Greenville, North Carolina Theta Gamma | Queens University | Charlotte, North Carolina Theta Lambda | Wingate University | Wingate, North Carolina Zeta Kappa | University of North Carolina – Greensboro | Greensboro, North Carolina Zeta Lambda | Wake Forest University | Winston Salem, North Carolina
Chi Gamma | Marietta College | Marietta, Ohio Kappa Delta | Bowling Green State University | Bowling Green, Ohio Lambda Delta | Kent State University | Kent, Ohio Mu Lambda | University of Dayton | Dayton, Ohio Pi Alpha | University of Cincinnati | Cincinnati, Ohio Sigma Alpha | Miami University | Oxford, Ohio Tau Alpha | Ohio University | Athens, Ohio Upsilon Mu | John Carroll University | University Heights, Ohio Xi Delta | University of Toledo | Toledo, Ohio Zeta Alpha | Ohio State University | Columbus, Ohio
Epsilon Alpha | University of Oklahoma | Norman, Oklahoma Epsilon Gamma | University of Tulsa | Tulsa, Oklahoma Phi Theta | East Central University | Ada, Oklahoma Tau Beta | Oklahoma State University | Stillwater, Oklahoma
Eta Alpha | Oregon State University | Corvallis, Oregon Psi Alpha | University of Oregon | Eugene, Oregon
Beta Alpha | University of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Beta Delta | Thiel College | Greenville, Pennsylvania Chi Mu | Bucknell University | Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Iota Lambda | Villanova University | Villanova, Pennsylvania Phi Beta | University of Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Phi Lambda | Franklin & Marshall College | Lancaster, Pennsylvania Tau Delta | Gettysburg College | Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Lambda Beta | University of Rhode Island | Kingston, Rhode Island
Chi Lambda | Winthrop University | Rock Hill, South Carolina Epsilon Lambda | Furman University | Greenville, South Carolina Eta Gamma | University of South Carolina | Columbia, South Carolina Gamma Mu | Coastal Carolina University | Conway, South Carolina Psi Kappa | Clemson University | Clemson, South Carolina Zeta Gamma | College of Charleston | Charleston, South Carolina
Xi Theta | South Dakota State University | Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Delta Alpha | University of Tennessee – Chattanooga | Chattanooga, Tennessee Kappa Beta | Rhodes College | Memphis, Tennessee Pi | University of Tennessee | Knoxville, Tennessee Sigma Epsilon | Vanderbilt University | Nashville, Tennessee Sigma Kappa | Austin Peay State University | Clarksville, Tennessee Upsilon | Union University | Jackson, Tennessee Xi Zeta | University of Tennessee – Martin | Martin, Tennessee Zeta Theta | Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Alpha | Alpha University of North Texas | Denton, Texas Alpha Zeta | Texas State University | San Marcos, Texas Epsilon Zeta | Stephen F. Austin State University | Nacogdoches, Texas Iota | University of Texas at Austin | Austin, Texas Iota Alpha | Southern Methodist University | Dallas, Texas Kappa Zeta | Texas Tech University | Lubbock, Texas Omicron Theta | Midwestern State University | Wichita Fall, Texas Psi Zeta | University of Houston | Houston, Texas Rho Epsilon | Texas Christian University | Fort Worth, Texas Sigma Zeta | Texas A&M University – Commerce | Commerce, Texas Theta Kappa | Baylor University | Waco, Texas Upsilon Zeta | West Texas A&M University | Canyon, Texas Xi Kappa | Texas A & M University | College Station, Texas
Xi Alpha | University of Utah | Salt Lake City, Utah
Chi Kappa | George Mason University | Fairfax, Virginia Lambda Gamma | University of Virginia | Charlottesville, Virginia Nu Theta | West Liberty University | West Liberty, West Virginia Omicron Beta | College of William and Mary | Williamsburg, Virginia Pi Epsilon | Roanoke College | Salem, Virginia Sigma Lambda | Virginia Tech | Blacksburg, Virginia Theta West | Virginia University | Morgantown, West Virginia Xi Lambda | Washington & Lee University | Lexington, Virginia
Alpha | University of Washington | Seattle, Washington Beta Beta | Washington State University | Pullman, Washington
Eta Lambda | American University | Washington, D.C. Phi Alpha | The George Washington University | Washington, D.C.
Psi Delta | University of Wyoming | Laramie, Wyoming
Beta Lambda | Carthage College | Kenosha, Wisconsin Nu | University of Wisconsin – Madison | Madison, Wisconsin Theta Delta | Carroll University | Waukesha, Wisconsin
There is not a Chi Omega chapter on my campus. How does one get started?
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Chi Omega chapters are founded through a process called “extension.” Extension is the addition of a National Panhellenic Conference chapter to the Panhellenic community on a college or university campus, or the establishment of a fraternity/sorority community on a campus where previously none had existed.
Since its founding, Chi Omega has sought national growth, offering the Chi Omega experience to outstanding young women from coast to coast. Chi Omega receives inquiries about extension from university Panhellenic associations, local sororities seeking national affiliation, individual students, and alumnae. Chi Omega carefully considers each opportunity, does research, and chooses thoughtfully what is best for the Fraternity at the time.
The NPC Extension Committee will assist any campus wishing to add a NPC chapter or establish a Panhellenic system or any local sorority wishing to affiliate with a national organization. To contact NPC and learn more go to their website.
Contact Chi Omega
Chi Omega Fraternity 3395 Players Club Parkway Memphis, TN 38125 Phone: 901.748.8600 Fax: 901.748.8686 Email: email@example.com
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