The women of Chi Omega welcome you to take a look through our website and check out our other social media sites! Founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternal organization in the world with over 310,000 initiates, over 214,000 alumnae, and over 175 collegiate chapters. Throughout Chi Omega's rich history, our sorority has provided unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development to all its members. Chi Omega is intergenerational and forever committed to our founding purposes: friendship; personal integrity; service to others; academic excellence and intellectual pursuits; community and campus involvement; career and personal development. The Rho Alpha Chapter at Mizzou has held these purposes ever at heart for the past 101 years and continually strives to uphold these standards on a daily basis.

Philanthropy and service is a large part of what Chi Omega stands for and Chi Omegas nationally are paired with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, benefiting children with life-threatening medical conditions. In our chapter alone, we have donated over 8,000 hours and more than $60,000 to Make-A-Wish through philanthropy events!

At Mizzou, Chi Omegas flourish in community service, as strong leaders on campus, and consistently excel academically. Sisterhood truly defines who we are. From sharing late night conversations in the kitchen, to teasing each other's hair for a big date, or watching our favorite movies together, we all are making memories that will last forever! We host several socials throughout the year including themed parties and White Carnation Formal. We also have many leadership opportunities for women to be involved both in Chi Omega and connections for involvement on campus. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have regarding our chapter at Mizzou!

Loyally in Chi Omega,
Hillary Hunt, President