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Alpha Chi Omega

Texas A&M University

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Real

Strong

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Women

Zeta Nu Chapter

Texas A&M University

Alpha Chi Omega is more than three Greek letters.  It is a home for Real. Strong. Women.  Alpha Chi aims to shape the future through the powerful transformative and everlasting connections of the women of Alpha Chi Omega. The bonds of sisterhood are a life-changing experience that opens a whole new world of opportunities and growth. Members of the Zeta Nu chapter are inspired to connect, lead, grow and serve through fundraising and stewardship.  The leadership and service experiences Alpha Chi offers empower our members to make a positive impact on their communities and the world.   

Recruitment registration for fall 2023

 is now open!

  https://cpc.tamu.edu/registration/

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A Letter From Our President

Hi everyone!

 

We are so happy to be able to share a little bit of our sisterhood here at Texas A&M with you all through our website! My name is Lauren Wax and I am overjoyed to be the Zeta Nu Chapter President this year. Leading this chapter alongside the most amazing, driven, and inspiring group of women on the executive board is such a blessing, and so fun. I am extremely thankful for their friendship and support which keeps our chapter going!

 

Going through recruitment at Texas A&M, I was looking to find a smaller community within such a big university. Every time I met an Alpha Chi, I felt like I was talking to a friend. The genuine connections and kind-hearted spirit in each woman I met were so evident. I knew that Alpha Chi Omega was my home. Looking back, I had no idea how impactful the decision to go AXO truly was. I have learned so much about what it means to be a dependable friend, dedicated student, and real, strong woman. Having so many women to look up to and be a support system through college has been so valuable. For me, one of those women was my big, Merritt Mundorff. From the day I joined Alpha Chi, she has made me feel included and really helped me find my people at A&M. She is such a loyal friend and is the perfect example of everything a big sister should be! With her guidance and love, she made Alpha Chi feel like a family. I quickly learned that every girl in AXO was as caring as Merritt. I was overwhelmed by the welcoming faces and selflessness of Alpha Chi women. This is something that I see every day in all of my sisters. This chapter has helped me find my best friends, given me my favorite college memories, and truly shaped me into the woman that I am today. 

 

One of my favorite things about our chapter is that there isn’t just one type of Alpha Chi. Each of our sisters is unique and we love each other for who we are. I am so proud to be part of a sisterhood where I know that I can be myself and be accepted for that. Alpha Chis are the type of women that will go on spontaneous adventures together and make you laugh until you cry, but they are also the type of women who will be there for you anytime you need a listening ear or a shoulder to cry on. Something that drew me to Alpha Chi Omega was the heart and passion that the women have for our philanthropy, Domestic Violence Awareness. Being able to support the survivors in our community and spread awareness on campus is life-changing. Each semester, we hold a philanthropy event to raise money for this cause which you can learn more about under the Philanthropy section of our website!

 

On behalf of Zeta Nu, thank you for taking the time to learn more about us! If you would like more

information, please feel free to contact us at any time. The individual contact information

for our Executive board is under the officer's tab - we would all love to hear from you! If

you would like to contact me, my personal email is

aggieaxochapterpresident@gmail.com.

LITB,
Lauren Wax ‘24

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