As Chi Omegas, we pride ourselves on our rich heritage, based on values and principles established by our founders over 100 years ago; yet, the spirit of change is nothing new to Chi Omega.
Throughout our history, we have changed with the changing role of women. We have focused on the personal growth of our members--academically, socially and emotionoally. We have always stressed the intrinsic worth of each individual.
Chi Omega continues that tradition today by providing members with programming aimed at the personal development of every member. Chi Omega truly remains a timeless choice.
Chi Omega is a national women's fraternity with over 170 chapters on different college campuses nationwide and over 400,000 members.
The best way to explain Chi Omega is to say that it is a home away from home. It is a place where women can make lifelong friendships and be involved on campus and in the community. Chi Omega offers many opportunities to flourish as a student and as an individual.
At East Central University, our chapter is Phi Theta. We pride ourselves on having the highest GPA in the East Central Greek system, as well as the highest all women's GPA for the entire campus. We also consider visibility on campus and in the community a very important part of being a Chi Omega. As a chapter, we attend and participate in various campus activities and we also take part in community service projects each semester.
Chi Omegas at East Central are involved in over 30 campus organizations, including CREW, Student Senate, Freshman Orientation Leaders and many other academic groups. So, no matter what you are interested in, there is probably a sister involved in it, as well. As Chi Omegas, we also like to have fun! Each year we have formals and date parties, as well as social exchanges with other sororities and fraternities on campus.
We hope that you are interested in finding a home at Phi Theta and being a part of a sisterhood that you can't experience anywhere else. Please check out the rest of the website for more information on Chi Omega and the Phi Theta chapter.