Alpha Omega Epsilon @ UVa

pi chapter est. 2005

Alpha Omega Epsilon - Pi Chapter

Welcome to the Pi Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon at the University of Virginia! Please take a look around, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social sorority composed of female engineering and techincal science students and alumnae. Founded on November 13, 1983 at Marquette University, the sorority promotes ideals and objectives that further the advancement of female engineers and technical scientists. At the same time, the sisters of Alpha Omega Epsilon develop bonds of lifelong friendships and strive for scholarship and academic achievement.

The Pi Chapter of AΩE attends local Charlottesville events, such as football games and Foxfield, works with local Girl Scouts on science and technology badges, and raises money for local charities while encouraging its members to get involved in the UVa Engineering school and the greater University community.

Recruitment 2017

We currently have 72 active sisters!

Please contact Victoria Marquis ( or Katie Murray ( with any questions. In order to be eligible for AΩE Recruitment, you must meet the following requirements:

  1. You are enrolled in the Engineering School or are getting a BS in Chemistry or Physics
  2. You are a current first or second year
  3. You are able to attend most of our Recruitment events

The schedule of our recruitment events can be found below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our exec board.

  • TBA: Please check again in January

Disclaimer: Non-affiliation

Although this organization has members who are University of Virginia students and may have University employees associated or engaged in its activities and affairs, the organization is not a part of or an agency of the University. It is a separate and independent organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs. The University does not direct, supervise or control the organization and is not responsible for the organization’s contracts, acts or omissions.

Source Code

The source code for this site can be found at this github repo, and was all written by Steph Colen and Kristina Covington.