Chapter Site
Contact Us
To contact an officer via email,
click on the name below.

President:  Allison Stultz
Vice-President: Erica Trusty
Secretary:  Emily Mack
Treasurer: Molly Welton 

Philanthropy Chair: Nicole Wood
Panhellenic Representative:  Kay Gable 
Membership Chair:  Jessica Spore
Social Chair: Sarah Lang
Newsletter:  Nicole Wood
Website:  Jillian Dixon
RIF Contact:  Emily Mack
Membership in Chi Omega is for a lifetime. Our network of Sisters and the spirit of Chi Omega are a home wherever you are. We invite you to connect!

OPTION 1: Sign up and Pay dues via US Mail

Sign up and dues information should arrive in the mail by the end of August. Or you can download the form  that has all the information you will need to sign up and pay dues via US Mail.

Paying dues gets you access to our newsletter, e-mail list, discounted admission to events such as Wine & Canvas, Rock Climbing, and other fun things we have planned. Dues will also help support our Adopt-A-Family over the holidays. New Members will even get a free ticket to the upcoming Wine Tasting event!

There is an additional option for dues which includes advertising for a personal business you may have. For just $30 extra you can market to a group of ladies who are looking to support fellow Chi Omegas. That is pretty cheap as far as advertising goes!

White Carnation - $50 or more - Includes one business entry in directory if desired

Owl - $20 or more

General membership questions? Contact membership chair Jessica Spore at .

Facebook Group

Questions?  Comments?  Suggestions? Please e-mail the chapter at

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.

Sisters Flourish
Updates from Chi Omega Nationals: Click the read button above to see the latest alumnae news bulletins from Nationals.  Information is available on keeping your information updated, the new travel program, alumnae scholarships, and more!

Keep your information current by going online

  • With recent upgrades, the Chi Omega member website is easy to access and use.
  • The new login feature allows you to create a username and password - you don't need to know your member number anymore!
  • Once you are logged in, you can mange your information and preferences by selecting "Update Personal Info" link under your contact information.
  • By keeping your information up to date, you will ensure the delivery of The Eleusis three times a year for life!
Share Chi Omega News with your Sisters!
  • The companion Web site to our magazine is The site includes all of the articles from the magazine - great for forwarding on to friends or co-workers - plus Web exclusives.
  • You can sort by any chapter and see what your sisters are doing.
  • Post your exciting news on the site in these categories:
    • Wedding announcements
    • Birth announcements
    • Career/job promotion
    • Chapter news
    • Reunions
Do You know One of the 47,000 Lost Sisters?
  • What is a Lost Sister? An alumna in good standing who does not have their contact updated in the national database.

  • Why is it important to find Lost Sisters? These Chi Omegas are not receiving The Eleusis, your chapter mailings or any Chi Omega updates.

  • How do I view the Lost Sisters list? An Excel spreadsheet of our lost sisters is posted on under "Resource Center - Lost Sisters." The list is in alphabetical order by chapter and then sorted by initiation date. There are more than 47,000 names, so the file is quite large. You can easily download the file to your own computer. From there, you can search, sort, or print.

  • How do I report a found sister to the Executive Headquarters?
    • Via e-mail to Please write "Found Sister" in the subject line.
    • Via fax: 901-748-8686.
    • Via phone: 901-748-8600 (M - F, 8am - 5pm Central time).
    • Via mail to: Found Sister, Chi Omega Executive Headquarters, 3395 Players Club Parkway, Memphis, TN 38125

Omega Chapter

  • If you know of a sister who has entered the Omega Chapter, please send her name, initiating chapter and any additional information.
  • Each biennium during Convention, Chi Omega celebrates and honors the lives of Chi Omega Sisters who entered the Omega Chapter.
  • She will also be removed from active mailing lists so her family will not receive Chi Omega mailings after her passing.
  • Send information to the Executive Headquarters, 3395 Players Club Parkway, Memphis, TN 39125; fax 901-748-8686 or email Please indicate "Omega Chapter" in the subject line.
Chi Omega's Travel Program
At Convention 2008, our travel program was launched: Travel with Chi O... See the World with Your Sisters!
If you are interested in travel information, join the travel mailing list at Traveling with your Chi Omega sisters, spouses and friends is a great way to reconnect and to foster new friendships as you share the common bonds of our sisterhood.

Chi Omega's Reading Rewards Program
Chi Omega has established an online book club and shopping resource. On Chi Omega's Web sites, you will see an ad for Amazon. If you make a purchase through this link, Chi Omega will receive a portion of the sales which will go toward member support, education and programming. Go to more information about Chi Omega book clubs. We Invite You to Nominate!
Updates (National)
This RSS feed is currently unavailable.
Welcome to the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter!
No matter where life takes you, Sisterhood in Chi Omega is there. Whether you are new to the Indianapolis area, or just new to our group, the Indianapolis Chi Omega Alumnae Chapter welcomes you!

 We offer an outlet for our members to continue their support and commitment to Chi Omega through educational, social and philanthropic opportunities while enjoying old friendships and developing new ones. Our membership comprises of about 100 Alumnae members from more than 40 Collegiate chapters throughout the United States.