Chi Omega is the largest women's organization in the world, with more than 320,000 initiates, 179 collegiate chapters and 250 alumnae chapters. Founded at the University of Arkansas in 1895, every Chi Omega chapter is guided by six purposes: friendship, high standards of personnel, scholarship, participation in campus activities, career development and community service.
Our story here at Troy University began in 1977, and we've been telling it ever since.
Hi all! I'm thrilled to welcome you to our page, to check out what Chi Omega here at Troy and Nationally is all about. As an organization our daily task is focused on helping to grow the women of today. I speak on behalf of our 158 sisters when I say I am proud to call Chi Omega my home. We are a part of the largest women's organization in America, with over 340,000 initiated sisters.
We found ourselves first and foremost on friendship, one of our principles from which the rest blossom. It encompasses the spirit of fun and family, with security of knowing no matter where in the world our present and future may find us, a sister will be there with acceptance and love. With these friendships, we challenge each other and ourselves to high standards of personnel, to better our future career developments. We do this through motivating high scholastic achievements, the reason we are all here at Troy University! All of our sisters here are well involved on campus and in our community, growing in life experiences and broadening mindsets by interacting with others from all backgrounds and work ethics. Lastly and most importantly, we encourage the attitude of servanthood among our sisters, diving into the service of each other and those we encounter on campus, in the community, and through our philanthropy, Make-a-Wish.
I never could have imagined the intentionality and genuine, deep love that Chi Omega has offered me and my sisters throughout the years. Here is a place we can truly be ourselves, and grow as women of virtue and symphony!