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Chi Omega Fraternity
1414 Fraternity Village Drive
Kalamazoo, MI 49006

Lexi Latshaw
Chapter President

Emily Schreiner
Chapter Recruitment Chair




Lexi Latshaw


Lizzie Blasko  Vice-President

Meredith Wykowski


Becca Lipscomb


Jackie Serbay

Member Educator

Rachael Harroun

Personnel Chair

Emily Schreiner Recruitment Chair

Sarah Greer

Panhellenic Delegate

Make-A-Wish Foundation
The Make-A-Wish Foundation is Chi Omega Fraternity's National Philanthropy. Since the start of our alliance, Chi Omegas have made a difference in many children's lives through volunteering time, talents, and dollars. The Make-A-Wish Foundation has honored Chi Omega for the incredible volunteer efforts of our members.

In the fall of 2014, our chapter alone raised over $5,000 through our fall philanthropy golf outing called "Wish Upon a Par". From the money we raised we were able to fully grant a childs wish. We are humbled by the impact that Make-A-Wish has on so many families and feel blessed to serve and be a part of this wonderful organization!
For more information on the Make-A-Wish Foundation, visit

Our Story
It all began on April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas when four young women, with the help of a local dentist, established the secrets and symbolism that today bind over 260,000 women. This small band of women founded Chi Omega after realizing a need for an organization that would foster both friendship and respect for the potential and inherent value of women. Over the years, Chi Omega has provided its members with unique opportunities in leadership, scholarship, and lifelong friendship - striving to provide each Sister with a commitment to personal integrity, excellence in academic and intellectual pursuits, intergenerational participation, community service, leadership opportunities and social enrichment.

The Pi Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega was established at Western Michigan University December 10, 1960.  Over the years Chi Omega has been one of the strongest sororities on campus.  The sisterhood at Western Michigan creates lifelong friendships and memories that you will remember for years to come.  The sisters of the Pi Zeta chapter strive to live by the six purposes of Chi Omega.  By becoming part of Chi Omega, we have met our best friends and have built relationships that will last throughout our lives.  Chi Omega is for a lifetime!


As a Chi Omega, you will leave college with fond memories, a foundation for leadership, and the best friends you've ever had. You will create pride in yourself and in your sisters that will last a lifetime.
You will make a difference in Chi Omega | Chi Omega will make a difference in you

Chi Omega is FUN! Every year, over 5,000 young women across America join the largest women’s fraternity in the world for sisterhood and lifelong friendships.

Each year 5,000 young women across the country join the largest women's fraternity in the world for sisterhood and lifelong friendship. During Formal Recruitment in the fall, potential new members are guided through the recruitment process with the hope that they will fall in love with their future sorority. For more information about the recruitment process and to sign up  please check out WMU Greek Life site. We can't wait to meet you in the Fall!

Letters of Recommendation are not required but highly encouraged. If you would like to submit a Letter of Recommendation, you can mail them in an envelope addressed to:

Letter of Recommendation

Attn: Emily Schreiner

1414 Fraternity Village Dr.

Kalamazoo, MI 49006

The Chi Omega Symphony has reflected the purposes of Chi Omega members since its composition in 1904 by Ethel Switzer Howard on the eve of her initiation into the Xi Chapter of Chi Omega at Northwestern University.

"To live constantly above snobbery of word or deed; to place scholarship before social obligations and character before appearances; to be, in the best sense, democratic rather than 'exclusive' and lovable rather than 'popular'; to work earnestly, to speak kindly, to act sincerely, to choose thoughtfully that course which occasion and conscience demand; to be womanly always; to be discouraged never; in a word, to be loyal under any and all circumstances to my Fraternity and her highest teachings and to have her welfare ever at heart that she may be a symphony of high purpose and helpfulness in which there is no discordant note."

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