Symbols & Traditions

Our Name - Alpha Chi Omega

Greek Letters

Our Badge- The Lyre


Our Open Motto

"Together let us seek the heights."

Alpha Chi Omega Traditions

Members of Alpha Chi Omega have enjoyed the heritage and traditions shared in our sisterhood for over 119 years. Some of these special traditions include:

Founders' Day - Sisters gather on October 15 of each year to recognize the fraternity’s fall founding at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. On Founders' Day, members wear their badges, along with scarlet and olive green ribbons.

Hera Day- On March 1 of each year, members recognize the fraternity's commitment to helping others by conducting service projects and offering assistance to others. We separate into groups and dedicate our service to local places in the area like firefighters, schools, etc.

Chapter Founders’ Days – Each collegiate chapter recognizes its founding anniversary annually.

National Convention – Members join together every two years to conduct Fraternity business, reunite with fellow Alpha Chis and celebrate Alpha Chi Omega.

State Days and Province Gatherings – Many states and provinces hold events to unite sisters within a specific geographic area.

The Symphony of Alpha Chi Omega

The Symphony