Alpha Omicron Pi

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Xi Omicron Chapter
712 W Maple Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Alpha Omicron Pi emblem

National Website

Chapter Website

Nickname  Pronounced A-O-Pi, written as AOII

Philanthropy  Juvenile Arthritis Research

Spring 2017:  3.3140
Fall 2016:        3.214

Color  Cardinal

Mascot  Panda

Flower  Jacqueminot Rose

Symbols  Sheaf of Wheat

Date Founded  January 2, 1897 at Barnard College of Columbia University, NY

Established at U of A  August 29, 2006

Famous Alumnae
Heather Whitestone, former Miss America
Debbie Matenopoulous, TV anchor
Courtney Kupets, double Olympic medalist and world champion gymnast
Natalie White, winner of Survivor: Samoa
Margaret Bourke-White, famous photographer

Fun Fact  AOII is the largest sorority nationally by active chapters.

Contact Information
Briana Barganier, President
Elizabeth Rothrock, Vice President
Delanie Majors, Recruitment 

Letters of Recommendation

Send Recommendation Letters to
This year AOII would like our recommendation letters to be filled out electronically on our national website!

Go to  Complete and submit as indicated. Or mail to:
Delanie Majors
712 W. Maple Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Chapter Awards
Watermelon Bust 2016 - 1st place 
Greeks Giving Back Week 2016 - 1st place
University of Arkansas Award of Excellence 2015
FIJI Carol of the Greeks 2014 - 2nd place
 Alpha Omicron Pi Award of Excellence for New Member Education 2015