About Tau Omega
The collegiate membership experience is based on these promises: to live our values, to learn, to lead, and to serve. Membership within Alpha Omicron Pi offers its members an exceptional experience through countless opportunities for personal and professional development. AOII offers four years of educational development that are tailored to women, helping our members to be the best they can be.
Since becoming part of Greek Life on Transylvania's campus, AOII has been an integral part of the campus community. As such, our chapter endeavors to improve the lives of its members and the campus communitiy through a committment to living our values by exhibiting strong character, dignity, scholarship, and college loyalty.
Since receiving our charter in 1987, Tau Omega has been committed to its submotto of "Tolerance and Oneness", representing well our chapter and Fraternity in all manner of activities both on and off campus. Members of AOII are leaders in the arts, athletics, community service, and pre-professional organizations. Our members are driven and service-oriented; and moreover, women find that with a network of supportive sisters that each member is enabled, indeed, inspired, to achieve her ambitions.
While collegiate membership in Alpha Omicron Pi fosters a memorable four-year experience at Transy, the lifelong bonds of friendship cultivated during those years and the lessons learned from the leadership opportunities afforded to members will undoubtedly last a lifetime.
Interested in becoming a part of Transylvania University's Panhellenic community? Register for Transy's Fall 2019 Formal Recruitment using the link below.
The members of the Tau Omega Chapter of AOII are elated to meet some spectacular individuals through Formal Recruitment this year. We are proud to be a part of a vibrant Panhellenic community and we are excited to see this network grow and develop.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Vice President of Recruitment Management or the VPMR Assistant through the links on our Leaders page or ask any chapter member.