Council Membership: 
Panhellenic Council

The Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity is devoted to enriching the lives of members through lifetime opportunities of friendship, leadership, learning and service.


310 NW 26th St. Corvallis, OR 97330

Same as above.
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Recruitment Requirements:

GPA: 2.75


We also look for evidence of leadership, extracurricular activities and community service.

**Formal Recruitment Reference Letters should be submitted online to the National Website or directed to:

Tenley Uttenreuther:, (510) 299-1703


Organization Facts: 

Alpha Chi Omega's Founders chose "Alpha," the first letter of the Greek alphabet, because they were forming the first fraternity in the school of music. Since they thought they might also be founding the last such fraternity, "Omega" seemed appropriate. "Kai," meaning "and," was added to form the beginning and the end. "Kai" was soon changed to "Chi," a letter of the Greek alphabet.

Alpha Chi Omega is a national sorority composed of 135 chapters.

Our Flower: Red carnation
Our Colors: Scarlet red and olive green
Our badge: Lyre
Our Symphony: "To see beauty even in the common things of life, to shed the light of love, and friendship round me; to keep my life in tune with the world that I shall make no discords in the harmony of life; to strike on the lyre of the universe only the notes of happiness, of joy, of peace; to appreciate every little service rendered; to see and appreciate all that is noble in another, be her badge what it may; and to let my lyre send forth the chords of love, unselfishness sincerity. This is to be my symphony."

Our open motto: "Together let us seek the heights"

Originally founded as a music sorority. 

Alpha Chi Omega has many slogans, but most impressionable is: Real. Strong. Women. Our philanthropy is domestic violence awareness, prevention, and education. Our symbol is the lyre to reflect our heritage as a musical sorority and our flower is the Red Carnation. We celebrate multiple milestones throughout the year including our Founder's Day (October 15, 1885), MacDowell Month (Celebrate's Our Musical Heritage), and Hera Day (Day of service).

Chapter Facts: 

First sorority chartered at Oregon State University on March 18, 1915.

Our local chapter prides ourselves on upholding the Real.
Strong. Women. slogan. For our philanthropy we support CARDV and the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation through 3 major philanthropy events during the school year, our most well known is Diamond Days; a softball tournament between other groups on campus.

Chapter President Contact Information:

Jackie Muggy


Phone: 541-953-1301

Famous Alumni: 

Condoleezza Rice, Melissa d'Arabian, Rita Braver


Condoleezza Rice Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness

We support CARDV as mentioned prior we host Diamond days. We also host Carry the Weight which is an event that anyone can come and bring donation items on a walk to the Memorial Union where we gather for a speech about Domestic Violence Awareness.

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