We are now accepting recommendations for Fall Formal Recruitment 2014! Recommend a woman and click the link to the form below.
Looking to recommend a woman to be an Alpha Chi Omega at the University of Iowa?
Click here for Alpha Chi Omega's Membership Recommendation Form
Check out our 2013 Fall Formal Recruitment Video and watch our Alpha Chi sister's proudly wearing the lyre!
Questions about Recruitment?
Contact our Recruitment Chair, Maddie Benjamin
Recommendation Forms can be emailed to the above address, or to our Recruitment Chair's summer address:
1620 N. Woodlawn Street
The Membership Selection Process...
When a young woman accepts a bid for membership in Alpha Chi Omega, she is welcomed and accepted as she is, and she will never be expected to fit a specific mold. Potential new members are selected for membership in Alpha Chi after meeting our five national standards of membership. The sisters of Alpha Chi, Sigma Chapter included, all exemplify to the best of our ability the personal qualities of character, leadership, academic interest, personal development and financial responsibility.
After receiving a bid from Alpha Chi, new members participate in an education program meant to help them make a smooth transition to college life and a lifetime membership in Alpha Chi Omega. This includes education on the history of Alpha Chi Omega nationally and at the University of Iowa, as well as sisterhood events and socials.
The Vice President Education and the Assistant Vice President Education oversee all new member education. These women are dedicated to showing our new members just how much Alpha Chi means to each of its sisters.
Alpha Chi Omega Membership Criteria...
Alpha Chi Omega believes in the importance of intellectual development and encourages sound scholarship and intellectual achievement.
Alpha Chi Omega expects members to accept and reflect moral integrity and dignity, social awareness, and fraternity loyalty.
Alpha Chi Omega expects members to be responsible for the prompt payment of all dues and fees and other financial commitments.
Alpha Chi Omega believes that character, personality, and leadership are developed through participation in campus activities and encourages each collegian to be interested in her community.
Alpha Chi Omega believes in the development of members in their cultural appreciation, the social awareness, and personal presentation.