Polish Week


Reunited and it feels so good! This week, the Alpha Chi sisters finally returned to one another after a long summer apart for one of our favorite events of the year, Polish Week! This past week was a time for the Beta Xi ladies to reconnect, let loose, strengthen our bond, and most importantly, get totally excited for Fall Recruitment. We can't wait to meet all the new faces of Utah State. See you soon Aggies!


 Sisters at Logan's annual event; Taste of Logan


Getting a lesson from our lovely Recruitment Chair, Marrissa Campbell.


  Time for some bonding activities.


Relay racing! You go Brittany!!

One last thing Aggies, don't forget about all the activities for Week of Welcome. USU's VP of Programming, Thomas Rogers, did an awesome job planning all the events, so go out, support, make new friends, and have a good time! Check out the page for all the info.
 

Summer AChiO Lovin'

They say summer love is fleeting, but here at Alpha Chi Omega our sisters keep the summer love going all year round. We have had our sisters on adventures all over the world this summer, each one learning to seek the heights in their own way. Each bringing back a new life lesson and a new appreciation for our sisters back home. Some ventured to far off lands, others chased their dreams at summer internships, sisters visited families, and some even enjoyed the sunny rays by the pools in good ol' Logan, Utah. But even as the tans fade, sun dresses turn to cozy trench coats, and Logan's icy winds begin to beckon, our sisters here at Beta Xi realize that our bonds last forever.

Here is just a snapshot of all the adventures Alpha Chi sisters took on this summer. 


Throwing what we know at a Salt Lake Bee's game.


Hiking in North Carolina; this waterfall was in a scene of the Hunger Games!




Hiking in Yellowstone.


Visiting our sisters at the University of Kansas.


Scuba diving in New Orleans.


Our Sister Taylor at her internship with Tesoro.





Greeks at Jackson Hole for ASUSU.
Kenna Fenton at her Internship with Nordstrom.




Sisters celebrating America's Birthday!


Diane studying abroad in Paris, France.

We hope everyone has a had a fabulous summer time, and we can't wait to see what our sisters will do this fall.

Want to know what the Beta Xi women of Alpha Chi are doing? Keep checking our blog because we are going to start having two blog posts a week! Get excited because this school year we have lots of fun adventures in store.

Dear Potential New Members


Dear Potential New Members,

The women of the Beta Xi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega are excited to welcome you to Utah State University!  We are thrilled to meet each of you and to share with you why we love USU, Alpha Chi Omega, and Greek life.
Recruitment is an exciting experience and will quickly become one of the most unforgettable memories of your time at USU.  Whether you are nervous or excited, remember that just a short time ago, each of us was in the same spot, feeling the same way.  We are here to guide you and support you through this process.
We all understand that leaving behind friends and family, starting your college career and participating in recruitment can be a bit overwhelming all at once, but we are certain that recruitment will prove to be a rewarding experience.  Plus, joining a sorority will immediately bring you into a family environment full of opportunities to make friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.
For those traveling far away, Alpha Chi Omega and Greek life offers you a family away from home that many look for when coming to college. Alpha Chi has provided me with a life-long support of sisters, friends, and caregivers that I know I can count on at any given moment. I have met some of the most amazing women through this chapter and I do not know where I would be, or who I would be, without each and every one of them. Thanks to Alpha Chi Omega, I am blessed to be surrounded by amazing and sincere women who have not only accepted me as an individual with unique personal  interests, but have helped me to change and grow as a person.  Greek life has given me tools to help me succeed as a student and as a person, as well as to push myself to reach my full potential throughout my time at Utah State. No matter what your individual talents and interests are, it is our hope that through recruitment, you will find a home that will support your passions and challenge you to try new things.
We can’t wait to meet all of the amazing women participating in recruitment! We are so excited to invite you to our home and to share Alpha Chi Omega and the Greek community with you.  Enjoy your summer!  We are looking forward to meeting you soon!
Formal sorority recruitment dates: September 3-6th
Recommendations: please send to marissa.campbell@aggiemail.usu.edu