Fall 2011 Archive
To Choose Thoughtfully
The Chi Omega Symphony charges Sisters “to choose thoughtfully that course which occasion and conscience demand.” Whether it’s heading to college, making choices about alcohol, or even deciding what more>
One of Chi Omega’s 13 national consultants will visit your collegiate chapter this year. Each is excited to tour your campus, too. In turn, our national consultants invite you to visit their campuses. more>
For Which Our Name Stands: The State Of Chi Omega Fraternity
Chi Omega Fraternity's Annual Report and National Survey Results
Since 1895, the Chi Omega name has represented more than 300,000 members and six simple purposes: friendship, personal more>
Winners! What WERE We Thinking?
You loved the caption contest presented in the last issue of The Eleusis and now you’ll love the winning entries, too!
A total of 211 entries were received. Members of The Eleusis’s Editorial Board more>
2012 Chi Omega Convention
July 11 - 15, 2012W Marriott Desert RidgePhoenix, Arizona
All Chi Omegas and their spouses and guests are welcome to attend Convention. What a wonderful opportunity more>
Jacque & James Ramsey
Jacque: What were you looking forward to most for me when I went to college?
Jim: First, I was elated that you had chosen the University of Louisville to continue your education. Your mother more>
Mary & Victor Boschini
Mary: Dad, what were you looking forward to most for me when I went to college?
Victor: Mom and I were both excited for you to experience “college” and all of the independence that it brings more>
Caroline & Jerry Gilbert
Caroline: Because of your role, did you feel like you had more or fewer restrictions for me when I went to college?Jerry: I really felt like there were more restrictions because of my involvement in more>
Are You Rolling the Dice or Choosing Thoughfully?
During the course of our lives, we make millions of choices and decisions. Most, in the grand scheme of things, don’t really matter. “Should I have ranch or blue cheese dressing?” “What color shoes more>
Just Say "Know"
To consume or not to consume alcohol? Awareness of the facts helps our young women choose thoughtfully.
EVERY CHAPTER, FRATERNITY OR SORORITY HAS THEM — that one group of students who sit in the more>
Our Accomplishments In 2010-11
Two new Chi Omega chapters. We started new chapters at Loyola University Chicago and the University of Rochester. Both new chapters have full alumnae advisory boards and house corporation boards and more>
National Alumnae Survey Results
How satisfied are you with your current level of involvement with Chi Omega?
WHAT THIS MEANS:
Slightly more than half (55%) of our alumnae are satisfied with their current level of involvement more>
We Invite You To Connect
Results from our national alumnae survey
Last spring we invited all of our alumnae to connect . . . and they did! Chi Omega conducted a nationwide survey to better understand how more>
Chi Omegas never rest on their laurels. Here’s a sneak peek at goals and projects for the coming year. • A new chapter at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. This campus is a perfect more>
We believe that a strong undergraduate experience creates a foundation for lifetime membership. For that reason, we devote a large percentage of our annual revenues toward supporting and growing our more>
Points Of Pride: What Sets Chi Omega Apart
•Chi Omega is thriving
307,822 total members since our found in 1895
231,201 total living alumnae and more>