CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON
Epsilon Kappa Chapter
Alpha Chi Omega is a national women's organization that enriches the lives of our members through lifetime opportunities of friendship, leadership, learning, and service. We have been a society that encourages our members to "Seek the Heights," emphasizing the importance of being a "Real. Strong. Women."
Since our founding, 193 Alpha Chi Omega chapters have been founded across the nation, with over 200,000 lifetime members.
Being an Alpha Chi means being apart of an organization that encourages individuality, pushing you to your greatest potential, and motivates you to make the most out of life.
Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885 at the DePauw University in Green Castle, Indiana where 7 female students were encouraged to form a society of women within the school.
Our Founders formed the 10th women’s fraternity in the country and Alpha Chi Omega was the first to be founded in a music school.
Our Founders consistently sought “friendship, artistic society and advancement of the principles of true womanhood.”
Our national badge is the golden Grecian lyre.
It is a musical instrument that represents our aim to find joy in the small things and harmony in life.
Our national flower is the red carnation.
It exemplifies our fraternity colors, scarlet red and olive green.