Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world with over 375,000 initiates and a national GPA of 3.38. In addition, one in four sorority women is a Chi Omega. Founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega has grown to 181 collegiate chapters, including our very own
Chi Delta chapter!
Our chapter has been awarded the "Award of Excellence", a national honor, over ten times. In the spring of 2020, Chi Delta had the highest GPA of all Greek Organizations with a 3.75! Our vision of having sisters inspired by our values who serve the world while keeping Chi Omega at heart is evident in the beautiful women of our chapter. We look forward to continuing our tradition “to be womanly always and discouraged never” and celebrating our 86th year on Millsaps’ campus.
Check out our Chi Omega national website to see what our sisters are doing all over the country.
Founding: April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas
Millsaps Chapter Founding: March 31, 1934
Flower: White Carnation
Symbol: Skull + Crossbones
Colors: Cardinal + Straw
National Philanthropy: Make-A-Wish Foundation
Patron Goddess: Demeter
Motto: Sisters On Purpose
"Even though we were very young, we were a sincere group of young women who had very definite ideas . . . of what an intelligently trained woman could do in society."
Founder, Jobelle Holocombe
“Our badge represents the pride and honor that members feel as representatives of our Fraternity.”