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Alpha Lambda Omega

Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority, Inc.
ΑΛΩ
Founded April 9, 1990 (1990-04-09)
The University of Texas at Austin
Type Social
Emphasis Christian
Colors

     Scarlet

     Purple
Symbol The Sheep
Flower The Lily
Chapters 16
Members 1000+ collegiate
Homepage http://www.alocs.com

Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority, Incorporated (ΑΛΩ)-is a national inter-denominational Christian sorority founded April 9, 1990 by four students at the University of Texas at Austin.[1][2] The sorority consists of 14 chapters in the states of Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Oklahoma and is governed by a national executive board in the headquarters in Houston, Texas.

HISTORY

"The spark that started the fire was the salvation of one founder, Tyesha Elam. With God's guidance Soror Elam along with her suite mates/co founders Amanda Tezeno, Dawn Walton and Terra Delaney, Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority was established on the University of Texas at Austin on April 9, 1990."

Brothers

The official brothers of Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority are the brothers of Gamma Phi Delta Christian Fraternity, founded in 1988.[3]

Undergraduate Chapters

The chapters of Alpha Lambda Omega are:[4]

Alumni

The chapters of Alpha Lambda Omega are:[5]

References

  1. ^ Black Greek 101: the culture, customs, and challenges of Black fraternities and sororities, page 105
  2. ^ Brothers and sisters: diversity in college fraternities and sororities, p227
  3. ^ Gamma Phi Deta Christian Fraternity, Inc.
  4. ^ Chapters
  5. ^ Chapters

External links

  • Official website of the national sorority
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