The ladies of Chi Omega at Centenary College strive to meet the standards of the Fraternity's six purposes: scholarship, campus activities, community service, career and personal development, high standards of personnel, and friendship. Chi Omega places scholarship before social obligations with a national average GPA of 3.277; the ladies of Iota Gamma averaged a 3.33 GPA during Fall 2013, surpassing both the all-women's average and the all-sorority average on campus. Iota Gamma's members serve as leaders on Centenary's campus in organizations such as Student Government Association, Centenary Activities Board, Christian Leadership Center, Yoncopin, Conglomerate, Student Ambassadors, Choir, athletics, and much more. The proud recipients of a silver platter from the Make-A-Wish foundation for raising over $13,000, the chapter regularly holds fundraising events to fund wishes for local children. The members also meet with alumni to have conversations about life after college and how Chi Omega has given them life experience and opened doors for them in their careers. In Fall 2013 the Chi Omegas placed first among student organizations competing for points for school spirit during Homecoming Week. Homecoming Queen and four other girls on court were all Chi Omegas! #winnercake.
No matter what these sisters are doing, they are making precious memories, friendships, and are part of a sisterhood that bonds over 24,000 collegiate women.