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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!
Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternal organization in the world with over 320,000 initiates and 178 collegiate chapters.  Throughout Chi Omega's long and proud history, the Fraternity has brought its members unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development.  As a Chi Omega, you will have fun, grow, thrive, achieve success, and flourish!

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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.
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.

On October 11, 1922, a group of six women met with a threefold purpose, to form an organization to promote loyalty and friendship, to better serve their Alma Mater and eventually petition Chi Omega. Although Centenary was almost a centenarian at that time, it had been co-educational for so few years that the number of women students had not been sufficient to establish fraternities. This group becoming known as Phi Omega, was the first group organized on Centenary's campus for women. On February 4, 1928, Phi Omega's goal of six years was attained when it became the Iota Gamma chapter of the Chi Omega Fraternity.
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.

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.

Chi Omega's Symphony stands the test of time... It too represents a timeless choice. Our Symphony exemplifies goals to which Chi Omegas aspire. Because a Chi Omega is like a symphony - each individual, just like a single instrument, is unique and necessary. It is when the individuals come together, just like an orchestra, that a symphony results. It is important for each member of Chi Omega to be herself. Each Chi Omega has individual talents to contribute to our sisterhood, but our chapter and Fraternity are most successful when the group comes together as a whole.
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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.