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Alpha Chi Omega

Founded in 1982, the Vanderbilt chapter of Alpha Chi Omega just celebrated 41 years on campus. Through their shared values of leadership, service, and academic excellence Alpha Chi Omegas form a strong sisterhood. From the soccer field to the theatre, Alpha Chis can be found everywhere on campus. The chapter is home to VUceptors, Alternative Spring Break site leaders, varsity athletes, members of VSG, and sisters involved in over 50 other campus organizations. Through our annual events, Alpha Chi Unplugged and Volley Against Violence we have raised thousands of dollars in support of Alpha Chi Omega’s national philanthropy, Domestic Violence Awareness. As a chapter, our local efforts benefit the YWCA and The Mary Parrish Center, assisting victims of domestic violence get back on their feet. Members of Alpha Chi value sisterhood and social life, and love to attend theme parties, formals, and sporting events together. Whether studying together at the house, exploring the Nashville area, or eating dinner together at chapter, Alpha Chi Omegas love to support each other and have fun while living up to their motto, “Together let us seek the heights.” In 2012, our chapter was awarded the National Council Trophy, the highest honor given by Alpha Chi Omega and marks the best chapter in the country. In striving to be the best, nationally and on Vanderbilt’s campus, Alpha Chi Omega, is committed to cultivating Real.Strong.Women.

  • Nickname: Alpha Chi
  • Founded: DePauw University, 1885
  • Local Chapter Founded: Zeta Omicron, 1982
  • Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness
  • Social Media: @vandyalphachi
  • National Website: