Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885, at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. At a time when women were just beginning to occupy seats in college classrooms, seven female students were encouraged to form a women’s society within the school. 
Dedicated to advancing “the intellectual, social, and moral culture,” of its members, our founders’ vision has grown to include our women’s Fraternity, the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation, and the National Housing Corporation. Together, they serve more than 200,000 members in more than 130 collegiate chapters and 200 alumnae chapters nationwide.


The Delta Rho Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at the University of Arkansas was reestablished November 10, 2012. Since then, we have expanded our sisterhood to confirm ourselves as a well-known chapter on campus. It has been exciting to see how much our chapter has become an integral component here at the University of Arkansas. We aim to better ourselves and to become the women who we wish to be, and that is real, strong women of Alpha Chi Omega.

Membership in Alpha Chi Omega at The University of Arkansas combines the best of all worlds, the privilege, leadership opportunities, and the fun of a fully-developed calendar that includes philanthropy and social events planned with fraternities, sororities, and other campus organizations.  For Alpha Chi Omega, sisterhood and friendship are one in the same.  We recruit real, genuine women that are interested in gaining a lasting friendship.

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Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Rho

722 W Maple Street

Fayetteville, AR 72701

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