History 

Founded on April 5th, 1895, at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternal organization in the world, proudly having over 320,000 initiates, 178 collegiate chapters, and over 240 alumnae chapters. Chi Omega Fraternity has continued to flourish as the largest and most prominent women's fraternal organization in the nation. Chi Omegas are well-balanced women who have been involved on their campuses and in their communities for over 120 years!

The Delta Alpha Chapter of Chi Omega was founded on March 15th, 1919, and today is the largest women's fraternity at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with over 180 active members. For 98 years, Delta Alpha sisters have shared the bonds of sisterhood while excelling in academics, leadership and service on and off campus.

Check out the link below to visit Chi Omega's national website and learn more about our organization as a whole!



In honor of Chi Omega's 122nd birthday on April 5th, 1895, Delta Alpha created a video to express how Chi Omega has impacted our lives. Watch below to learn more: