Visit the Texas Chi Omega’s website here: http://www.texaschiomega.com/
Founded in Fayetteville, AR at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. UT Iota Chapter founded in 1904
Symbols: Skull and Crossbones
Colors: Cardinal and Straw
Flower: White Carnation
Philanthropy: Make a Wish Foundation. In addition to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Chi Omegas at The University of Texas participate in other University events such as Dance Marathon, Phi Psi Field Day, Cowboy’s Spring BBQ benefiting ARC and Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Cooking for Kids. Locally, Texas Chi Omegas support Tie Dye For Tomorrow, Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure, Highland Park Elementary HOOT and Sorority Girl For A Day through Hill Country Middle School.
Motto: Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals
Notable ChiOs: Lucy Liu, Beth Moore, Heather Locklear, Harper Lee, Susan Helms
Here’s some fun facts about the Texas Chi Omegas!!
• Last semester, the Chi O chapter ranked 4th out of the 14 sororities for their GPA here on the UT campus — congrats to them!
• Their beautiful house is right on the corner of Rio Grande and 28th, so be prepared for a loooong walk, especially if you’re making the rush all the way from Pi Phi (but we suggest catching the shuttle from Kappa and APhi)
• Melissa’s Custom Gifts Board Member Cristin Doyle is an MIS and Corporate Finance major in the McCombs School of Businesses with a minor in Spanish. She’s also the Head New Member Educator for Chi Omega, sits on the BBA Women’s Council, and participates in Young Life.
Visit these links to learn more, view pictures, or contact the Texas Chi Omegas: