"The St. Louis Alumnae Club was originally organized in September 1914, and struggled along for several years until loss of members forced it to become inactive. After Alpha Zeta chapter was established at Washington University, the club was reorganized and received its charter as Sigma Sigma in 1925. On March 4, during the sessions of the Central Province convention held in St. Louis, the chapter was installed by Bonnidell Sisson Roberts, Omicron, National Vice-President."
Source: Alpha Chi Omega the First Fifty Years
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885 at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. That's about 70 miles southwest of our current headquarters in Indianapolis.
The Alpha Chi Omega founders wanted to advance "the intellectual, social and moral culture" of its members. It worked. Today, our women's Fraternity, the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation and our National Housing Corporation serve more than 200,000 members in more than 130 collegiate chapters and 200 alumnae chapters nationwide.
With Alpha Chi Omega, you get an organization built by and for real, strong women.