Alpha Rho
Female
Council Membership: 
Panhellenic Council
Chartered: 
1926
Mission: 

The object of the Fraternity shall be to encourage a spirit of Fraternity and love among its members; to stand at all times for character, dignity, scholarship, and college loyalty; to strive for and support the best interest of the colleges and universities in which chapters are installed, and in no way to disregard, injure, or sacrifice those interests for the sake of prestige or advancement of the Fraternity or any of its chapters.

Physical: 

127 NW 13th Street Corvallis, OR 97330

Mailing: 

Please see above.

House Capacity: 
36
Total Members: 
104
Recruitment Requirements: 

Please contact us at gatelyg@oregonstate.edu for information regarding membership recruitment.

**Formal Recruitment Reference Letters should be sent to the chapter facility [127 NW 13th St. Corvallis OR 97330] or directed to:


Gabriella (Gabbie) Gately and Liza (Elle) Von

gatelyg@oregonstate.edu

Organization Facts: 

Our Nickname: AOII (A-O-Pi)
Our Tagline: Inspire Ambition
Our Badge: A-O-II superimposed with a ruby at the apex of the A.  
Our Color: Alpha Omicron Pi has only one color, cardinal. 
Our Jewel: Alpha Omicron Pi has only one jewel, the ruby. The occasional use of pearls or diamonds in special badges has no significance or special meaning.
Our Flower: The 19th Century French rose, General Jacqueminot, a deep red rose, was chosen as the flower of Alpha Omicron Pi because its color is the symbol of the central and essential virtue of the Fraternity. 
Our Mascot: The Panda is AOII's mascot. The panda was chosen because panda’s have no natural enemies.

Chapter Facts: 

Chapter President Contact Information:

Gabbie Gately

Email: president.aoii.alpharho@gmail.com

Phone: 503-734-9774

 

Famous Alumni: 

(local and inter/national):

 

Actresses: Aneta Corsaut and Ashley Crow

Survivor Winners: Natalie White and Parvati Shallow


Gymnast: Courtney Kupets

Philanthropy: 

Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on a promise to serve not only one another but the greater community as well. This commitment reflects a philosophy of friendship, concern, and usefulness in the world. The promise to serve can be seen in the relationships within a collegiate or alumnae chapter as they work together to help a sister or as they contribute to the AOII Foundation to enable scholarships and aid to other members. In addition, AOIIs exhibit their commitment to be servant leaders as they participate in a project that raises funds for AOII’s philanthropy, Arthritis research and the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization. 

Chapter Type: 
Sorority