Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Inc.

"My Sister As Myself"

Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. is the first historically American Indian sorority in the nation. Founded at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Sept. 1, 1994, the sorority is spreading across the country and currently has more than 300 sisters.

While the sorority is social in nature, chapters are required to complete community service projects and conduct fundraising activities for the national philanthropy of the sorority. Our current national philanthropy is the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES).

We are truly a united sisterhood of American Indian women who are committed to each other, our communities, tribes, families, academic excellence, and self-empowerment.

Currently, there are 13 chartered chapters:

Alpha Chapter, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Established Sept. 1, 1994

Beta Chapter, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Chartered Nov. 27, 1996

Gamma Chapter, Oklahoma State University
Chartered May 29, 2004

Delta Chapter, University of New Mexico
Chartered May 28, 2005

Epsilon Chapter, Dartmouth College
Chartered May 27, 2006

Zeta Chapter, University of Arizona
Chartered May 27, 2006

Eta Chapter, North Carolina State University
Chartered June 2, 2007

Theta Chapter, Northeastern State University
Chartered June 2, 2007

Iota Chapter, Arizona State University
Chartered June 7, 2008

Alpha Pi Chapter, the Triangle, N.C., Graduate Chapter
Established Sept. 1, 1994

Beta Pi Chapter, Robeson County, N.C., Graduate Chapter
Chartered Nov. 27, 1996

Gamma Pi Chapter, Columbus County, N.C., Graduate Chapter
Chartered May 29, 2004

Delta Pi Chapter, Payne County, Okla., Graduate Chapter
Chartered May 28, 2005