Mary Kate Wilson
"I was never sold on the idea of going through recruitment. I had a ton of misconceptions about the typical sorority girl when I was a freshman that discouraged me from the process. But since joining Alpha Chi Omega I have met so many different, wonderful personalities, and I can now say going through recruitment was the best thing that I have done at Marquette. I love that I have a community within Alpha Chi Omega, but also that it has made me expand and try more on campus. I joined more clubs, volunteered with new and different organizations, and have become way more involved all thanks to my wonderful sisters and amazing experience in Alpha Chi Omega."
- Maggie Bilardo
"When I walked into the Alpha Chi Omega room during recruitment, I quickly realized that I was in a room full of women who were everything I wanted to be. My sisters are some of the most inspiring people I have ever met. They are caring, confident, and passionate individuals that have made me realize my own potential and helped me grow into a better version of myself. My sisters have given me a sense of belonging that I was really missing at Marquette. They are my classmates, my future housemates, and most importantly they are my biggest support system. I am so thankful to have each and every one of them in my life."
- Virali Shah
"Alpha Chi Omega has given me a support system, leadership roles, and my best friends. This chapter pushes me everyday to be my best self and I couldn't be more thankful for that! It has helped me so much in preparation for life after college. The real world Is hard but having sisters who help me out makes it a little easier."
- Sophie Murray
"What stood out to me most was how genuine the women were when I first met them. They truly wanted to get to know me and made me feel comfortable with who I was. I knew they would support me no matter what!"
- Olivia Driewga
"As a freshman I was trying to navigate the crazy college scene by myself. I was seriously considering transferring because I felt so uncomfortable. I decided to pursue recruitment in order to find my place on campus, I was elated when i opened my card on bid day and saw I was invited to join Alpha Chi Omega. I became a sister of Alpha Chi Omega because I am constantly challenged to be better. I am so thankful that I have been given the opportunity to be a part of such a caring sisterhood."
- Audrey Roth