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University of Alabama in Huntsville - Delta Tau

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Alpha Omicron Pi's

Core Values


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Commitment to
Character

Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on a promise to serve not only one another but the greater community as well. This commitment reflects a philosophy of friendship, concern, and usefulness in the world.

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Commitment to
Dignity

Whether a member chooses to serve as a chapter officer, or represent AOII as a member of other campus or community organizations, there are numerous opportunities to develop leadership skills as a member of AOII.

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Commitment to
Scholarship

AOII encourages all members to excel academically and has many programs designed to assist women in achieving their academic goals. Expectations are high but the support provided by scholarship programs, academic development officer resources, and fellow members makes success attainable.

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Commitment to
College Loyalty

From collegiate years on through alumnae involvement, the reason AOIIs continue service is the joy of spending time together and sharing the insights learned from the relationships we build and sustain.

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Letter from the President


It was January 2, 1897 when our four founders, Helen, Stella, Jessie, and Bess created a sisterhood that incorporates an everlasting bond between its members. They founded Alpha Omicron Pi based on four core values: Character, Dignity, Scholarship, and College Loyalty. With these timeless values, our Founders created a community that is still giving women countless memories, trusting friendships, and a second family 121 years later, and I am thankful to get to experience it.
I had just graduated from an academically rigorous high school when I came to the University of Alabama in Huntsville during the fall semester of 2016. I was an incredibly shy Freshman. The thought of going through Recruitment and joining a sorority terrified me. Then, during my orientation, I met a group of ladies that were members of AOII. I immediately connected with them, and they were genuinely interested in getting to know me. That gave me the push of courage I needed to go through Recruitment, and I ended up running home to Alpha Omicron Pi on Bid Day. Since that day, I have experienced true friendship and sisterhood. I was able to grow into a confident, compassionate leader because of the love and support from all my sisters.
By ensuring that Alpha Love and our values are the foundation of the decisions we make as sisters and as a chapter, we have stayed true to our Founders and grown rapidly. The Delta Tau Chapter was installed at UAH in 2011. Since then, we have received the largest new member class in the fall of 2016 and 2017. Also, our Sorority house is projected to be completed by fall of 2018. I am extremely honored to serve the Delta Tau chapter as its President, and excited to see us rise to every challenge and victory the year has to offer.

Isabella Fank