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   Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world with over 330,000 initiates! One in four sorority women is a Chi Omega. Founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega has grown to 178 collegiate chapters, including our very own Alpha Beta chapter

   When Chi Omega was first organized at Auburn (Alabama Polytechnic Institute) in 1921, only 36 women attended A.P.I. They lived in Smith Hall and in boarding houses throughout town. Four women created a local club called Sigma Beta Delta and set out to join a national fraternity. With their eyes set on Chi Omega, the four enlisted the help of Christelle Ferguson to become an affiliated chapter. On September 9, 1923 Alpha Beta of Chi Omega received its charter with seven original members. We were the second sorority on Auburn’s campus. We look forward to continuing our tradition “to be womanly always and discouraged never” and welcoming our 91st pledge class on Aug. 13!

   Please visit our national website at to learn more about the Chi Omega Fraternity and to see what other outstanding Chi Omegas are doing across the country!

The Alpha Beta Chapter was recently awarded
the Chi Omega Chapter of Excellence
Award for the 2016-2017 academic year.


Founded: April 5, 1895 - University of Arkansas

AU Founded: Alpha Beta Chapter 1923

Flower: White Carnation

Symbol: Skull & Crossbones

Colors: Cardinal & Straw

Philanthropy: Make a Wish Foundation

Motto: Hellenic Culture & Christian Ideals

Mascot: Owl


Check out the link below to visit Chi Omega's national website and learn more about our organization as a whole!