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Welcome To alpha chi omega at clemson university!

Alpha Chi Omega is a national women's organization that enriches the lives of its members through lifelong friendships, leadership and service. In establishing Alpha Chi Omega in 1885, our founders sought friendship, artistic society and the advancement of the principles of true womanhood. A century later in 1985, our chapter, Theta Lambda, was founded at Clemson University. 

Our open motto is "Together Let Us Seek the Heights". Our colors are scarlet and olive. Our symbol is the Grecian lyre, reflecting our musical heritage. Our flower is the red carnation. 

 

 

Meet the Real. Strong. Women. of Theta Lambda...

 

Our Sisterhood

Here at Theta Lambda, we pride ourselves in being a sisterhood of accomplished, well-rounded and radiant women, linked by the bond of love, loyalty and friendship that we share.

Our sisters are those with a passion for philanthropy, a commitment to high academic standards, an unwavering loyalty to those around us, and a knack for leadership in our chapter, on campus or in our personal lives.

The friendships formed in our four years as active members are enough to last a lifetime. We remain Loyally in the Bond.

 

Our Philanthropy

Alpha Chi Omega supports the fight against domestic violence. This cause hits close to home here in South Carolina, where state levels of domestic violence are consistently high.

The Alpha Chi Omega Foundation supports educational programs for victims of domestic violence and provides hands-on support at the community level where our chapter's involvement can make a difference. 

We are incredibly passionate about our philanthropy, realizing that every campaign, fundraiser and discussion can change, or even safe, a life. Two of our campaigns include "These Hands Don't Hurt" and "Love Is", conducted in the fall and spring, respectively.  

 

 
 
 
 

 To see beauty even in the common things of life, to shed the light of love and friendship round me; to keep my life in tune with the world that I shall make no discords in the harmony of life; to strike on the lyre of the universe only the notes of happiness, of joy, of peace; to appreciate every little  service rendered; to see and appreciate all that is noble in another, be her badge what it may; and to let my lyre send forth the chords of love, unselfishness, sincerity. 

 

This is to be my symphony.