Heritage and Mission
Alpha Chi Omega was founded as a women’s fraternal organization on October 15, 1885, at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. At its inception, the purpose of Alpha Chi Omega was to provide the advancement of the intellectual, social, and moral culture of its members. Today, Alpha Chi Omega membership exceeds 300,000+ initiated members with 140+ active collegiate chapters and 170+ alumnae chapters. Through the Real. Strong. Women.® Experience, Alpha Chi Omega cultivates impactful communities where women are inspired to live the Fraternity’s mission: connect, lead, grow, and serve.
Beta Eta Chapter History
“Alpha Chi Omega is an organization built by and for Real, Strong, Women.”
We are so honored to be the 52nd chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. The chapter was founded at Florida State College for Women on March 29, 1929.
Today, Alpha Chi Omega at Florida State University is a place where uniqueness is celebrated and lifelong bonds are developed. The genuine character of each Beta Eta on our campus creates a sisterhood where we never have to apologize for simply being ourselves.