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Omega Phi Chi

Omega Phi Chi Sorority, Inc. (ΩΦΧ) is a national multicultural sorority that was established on November 9, 1988 at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey by eight women of Asian, African American, and Latina descent.

History

The founders were a group of women who felt the need to establish a multicultural organization on the Rutgers campus that spoke to their needs across diverse backgrounds, distinct cultural roots, and the empowerment of the female culture. They came together to found a multicultural sorority; a different type of organization that would not be categorized by ethnicity, creed or culture. Since its inception, it has grown to include over 95 different nationalities and has started 20 chapters in New Jersey, New York, Florida, Arizona, Texas, Indiana, and California.

Purpose

The purpose of Omega Phi Chi is to create a unity among all women,and promote ethnic diversity by integrating women of all boundaries and cultures. Omega Phi Chi's concept of sisterhood are love, honesty, loyalty, responsibility of one another, and mutual respect. The main objectives of this organization are academic excellence and involvement in community affairs. In addition, Omega Phi Chi prides themselves in promoting professionalism.

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  • COLORS-Pink and Black
  • MASCOT-Black Panther
  • FLOWER-Lady's Pink Slipper known as Moccasin
  • STONE-Black Onyx
  • STEP AND STROLL

MOTTOS: "Destroying All Boundaries. Uniting All Races. Omega Phi Chi. We Dare to

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