About Us

Beta Lamda

Alpha Chi Omega was brought to the University of Arizona in 1930 and stayed active on campus until late 2008. Five years later, the Beta Lambda Chapter was re-colonized in November 2013 and has grown substantially since. In 2019 our chapter was named the Chapter of the Year runner-up during the Greek Awards here at the University of Arizona. In 2021 our chapter recruited our largest new member class to date with over 100 new members. 

Since 1885...

Alpha Chi Omega (ΑΧΩ) is a national women's organization that enriches the lives of our members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning, and service. Since our founding on October 15, 1885 we have been a society that has encouraged our members to "Seek the Heights," emphasizing the importance of being "Real. Strong. Women."



Colors: Olive Green and Scarlet Red

Flower: Red Carnation

Symbol: The Lyre

Motto: “Together Let Us Seek The Heights”

Tagline: Real. Strong. Women

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Academic Interest:

Alpha Chi believes in the importance of intellectual development and encourages sound scholarship and superior intellectual achievement.



Alpha Chi expects members to accept and reflect moral integrity and dignity, social awareness, and fraternity loyalty.


Financial Responsibility: 

Alpha Chi expects members to be responsible for the prompt payment of all dues and fees and other financial commitment. 


Leadership Ability: 

Alpha Chi believes the character, personality, and leadership are developed through participation in campus activities, and encourages each collegian to be interested in her community.


Personal Development: 

Alpha Chi believes in the development of members in their cultural appreciation, social awareness and further development of one’s social graces.