About Omicron Chapter

The Omicron chapter at Baker University was founded in 1908 and has since been an active chapter.

The members of the Omicron Chapter are not only active in the Greek community, but they are leaders at Baker University. You can find an Alpha Chi anywhere on Baker's campus as many of us participate in the following activities: 

  • Varsity sports
  • Newspaper 
  • Salon Student Leaders 
  • Emerging Leaders Summit 
  • Baker Ambassadors
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
  • Gay-Straight Alliance 
  • Baker Serves
  • Panhellenic 
  • Cardinal Key
  • Gamma Sigma Alpha
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars
  • Band
  • Choir
  • Student Activities Council
  • Student Senate
  • Order of Omega
  • Phi Eta Sigma
  • Psychology Club
  • Tutoring
  • Up 'Til Dawn Executive Council 
  • Watershed Committee
  • ParMentors
  • Theatre
  • Alpha Psi Omega
  • Orientation Leaders
  • Chemistry Club

Along with participation in the many activities on campus, Omicron Chapter members uphold an excellent academic standard. We have had Baker University's "Grade Cup" for the past 31 consecutive academic semesters, meaning that for the more than 15 years, Alpha Chi Omega has had the top grades on campus out of all the fraternities and sororities.

In 2010, the women of Omicron were recognized by the National Council of Alpha Chi Omega as the best chapter of Alpha Chi Omega in the nation. In 2011 and 2012, this honor was extended, as the women of Omicron received the Continuing Excellence Award. Receiving this award means that the National Council of Alpha Chi Omega believes that Omicron has maintained its standard of excellence.

Inside Omicron Chapter is a group of diverse and hardworking women that uphold the standards of Alpha Chi Omega. We have a sisterhood that is close and friendships that are strong. In Alpha Chi Omega, we have not only found our sisters, but we have also found a lifelong family to which we belong.