Alpha Lambda Omega

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Alpha Lambda Omega
ΑΛΩ
FoundedApril 9, 1990; 29 years ago (1990-04-09)
The University of Texas at Austin
TypeSocial
EmphasisChristian
Colors     Scarlet      Purple
SymbolThe Sheep
FlowerThe Lily
Chapters16
Members1000+ collegiate
Websitehttp://www.alocs.org

Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority, Incorporated (ΑΛΩ) is a national, inter-denominational Christian sorority founded April 9, 1990 by four students at the University of Texas at Austin.[1][2] The sorority consists of 14 chapters in the states of Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Oklahoma and is governed by a national executive board in the headquarters in Houston, Texas.

History[edit]

The spark that started the fire was the salvation of one founder, Tyesha Elam. With God's guidance Soror Elam along with her suite mates/co founders Amanda Tezeno, Dawn Walton and Terra Delaney, Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority was established on the University of Texas at Austin on April 9, 1990.[3]

Brothers[edit]

The official brothers of Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority are the brothers of Gamma Phi Delta Christian Fraternity, founded in 1988.[4]

Undergraduate Chapters[edit]

The chapters of Alpha Lambda Omega are:[5]

Alumni[edit]

The chapters of Alpha Lambda Omega are:[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Black Greek 101: the culture, customs, and challenges of Black fraternities and sororities, page 105
  2. ^ Brothers and sisters: diversity in college fraternities and sororities, p227
  3. ^ "The History of Alpha Lambda Omega Christian Sorority, Inc". 1990. Retrieved 2015-05-07.
  4. ^ Gamma Phi Delta Christian Fraternity, Inc.
  5. ^ a b Chapters

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