— Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter
We consider every member a precious pearl, and reclaiming and retaining our membership is the heart of our sorority. We are a legacy of sisterhood and service, and Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter excitedly welcomes you back with open arms.
We would love for you to visit our chapter during a Sorority meeting. If you would like to reactivate with Upsilon Alpha Omega, contact us and the appropriate forms and fee schedule will be distributed to you.
Upsilon Alpha Omega chapter meetings are held the third Saturday of each month (Excludes July and August) at 10:00 a.m. November Chapter Meetings are closed to Visiting Sorors due to handling of chapter business.
Regular meeting attire is business (denim is not acceptable.) All visiting Sorors must be able to present appropriate membership documentation prior to admittance. Forms of acceptable identification include:
A current or expired financial card
An official certificate of sorority membership
A transfer verification form from their respective chapter with required signatures
An Ivy Leaf® showing the member’s financial card number and address label
Alpha Kappa Alpha seeks women who will promote, uphold and extend its policies and programs. In return, the Sorority is a conduit through which individuals can grow and develop personally and professionally, while simultaneously providing “Service to All Mankind.”
Graduate Membership Requirements
Completion of at least a baccalaureate degree with a cumulative average of at least C+ or a graduate degree from an accredited senior college/university;
Motivation and ability to promote and extend the policies and programs of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Graduate Membership Process
The Sorority’s official graduate Membership Intake Process (MIP) is by invitation only through one of our local graduate chapters and may not be solicited. Chapters host public events, such as forums, cultural presentations, and social activities, which you may wish to attend in order to become acquainted with Sorority members and their community service activities in your area. The Chapter Locator section of the national organization’s site provides chapter names and contacts in your community.