Active Chapters

    Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority promotes friendship, leadership development and community service in several ways. Active collegiate chapters are established throughout the country at colleges and universities to serve these ideals. University students can join Omega Phi Alpha during a recruitment period, serve as active members throughout their collegiate career, and become lifetime alumnae members when they graduate, transfer or leave the university.

    Currently, Omega Phi Alpha has 29 active chapters which include three founding chapters. Sets of two to four chapters that are close to each other geographically are grouped into districts. If you are looking to attend a college or university that does not have an OPA chapter, start one! See the Start a Chapter page for more information.

    As lifetime members, alumnae can benefit from many leadership opportunities and continue to promote the principles of OPA. Visit the Alumnae page for a list of alumnae chapters and other programs.

    Active Collegiate Chapters

    1. Alpha 1967 – Bowling Green State University
      Bowling Green, Ohio
    2. Gamma 1967/Rechartered 1993 – Eastern Michigan University
      Ypsilanti, Michigan
    3. Delta 1970 – Texas A&M University
      College Station, Texas
    4. Epsilon 1973 – Tennessee Technological University
      Cookeville, Tennessee
    5. Mu 1983 – Middle Tennessee State University
      Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    6. Nu 1988 – Georgia Institute of Technology
      Atlanta, Georgia
    7. Omicron 1992 – Auburn University
      Auburn, Alabama
    8. Rho 1993 – Western Kentucky University
      Bowling Green, Kentucky
    9. Sigma 1993 – The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
      Chattanooga, Tennessee
    10. Tau 1994 – The University of Texas at Austin
      Austin, Texas
    11. Upsilon 1997 – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
      Lafayette, Louisiana
    12. Phi 1998 – Arizona State University
      Tempe, Arizona
    13. Chi 1998 – University of South Carolina
      Columbia, South Carolina
    14. Omega 2000/Rechartered 2015 – Rutgers University
      New Brunswick, NJ
    15. Alpha Alpha 2000 – Northern Arizona University
      Flagstaff, Arizona
    16. Alpha Beta 2003 – University of Mississippi
      Oxford, Mississippi
    17. Alpha Gamma 2004 – Oklahoma State University
      Stillwater, Oklahoma
    18. Alpha Delta 2006 – Georgia Southern University
      Statesboro, Georgia
    19. Alpha Zeta 2006 – Kennesaw State University
      Kennesaw, Georgia
    20. Alpha Theta 2006 – The Pennsylvania State University
      University Park, Pennsylvania
    21. Alpha Iota 2009 – Notre Dame of Maryland University
      Baltimore, Maryland
    22. Alpha Kappa 2010 – University of Kansas
      Lawrence, Kansas
    23. Alpha Lambda 2010 – North Carolina State University
      Raleigh, North Carolina
    24. Alpha Mu 2011 – Boston University
      Boston, Massachusetts
    25. Alpha Nu 2013 – Texas State University
      San Marcos, Texas
    26. Alpha Xi 2014 – University of Central Florida
      Orlando, Florida
    27. Alpha Omicron 2014 – University of Florida
      Gainesville, Florida
    28. Alpha Pi 2014 – West Virginia University
      Morgantown, West Virginia
    29. Alpha Rho 2017 – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
      Blacksburg, Virginia

    Founding Chapters

    1. Alpha 1967 – Bowling Green State University
      Bowling Green, Ohio
    2. Beta 1963-2000 – University of Bridgeport
      Bridgeport, CT
    3. Gamma 1967/Rechartered 1993 – Eastern Michigan University
      Ypsilanti, Michigan

    Active Chapters

    Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority promotes friendship, leadership development and community service in several ways. Active collegiate chapters are established throughout the country at colleges and universities to serve these ideals. University students can join Omega Phi Alpha during a recruitment period, serve as active members throughout their collegiate career, and become lifetime alumnae members when they graduate, transfer or leave the university.

    Currently, Omega Phi Alpha has 29 active chapters which include three founding chapters. Sets of two to four chapters that are close to each other geographically are grouped into districts. If you are looking to attend a college or university that does not have an OPA chapter, start one! See the Start a Chapter page for more information.

    As lifetime members, alumnae can benefit from many leadership opportunities and continue to promote the principles of OPA. Visit the Alumnae page for a list of alumnae chapters and other programs.

    Active Collegiate Chapters

    1. Alpha 1967 – Bowling Green State University
      Bowling Green, Ohio
    2. Gamma 1967/Rechartered 1993 – Eastern Michigan University
      Ypsilanti, Michigan
    3. Delta 1970 – Texas A&M University
      College Station, Texas
    4. Epsilon 1973 – Tennessee Technological University
      Cookeville, Tennessee
    5. Mu 1983 – Middle Tennessee State University
      Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    6. Nu 1988 – Georgia Institute of Technology
      Atlanta, Georgia
    7. Omicron 1992 – Auburn University
      Auburn, Alabama
    8. Rho 1993 – Western Kentucky University
      Bowling Green, Kentucky
    9. Sigma 1993 – The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
      Chattanooga, Tennessee
    10. Tau 1994 – The University of Texas at Austin
      Austin, Texas
    11. Upsilon 1997 – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
      Lafayette, Louisiana
    12. Phi 1998 – Arizona State University
      Tempe, Arizona
    13. Chi 1998 – University of South Carolina
      Columbia, South Carolina
    14. Omega 2000/Rechartered 2015 – Rutgers University
      New Brunswick, NJ
    15. Alpha Alpha 2000 – Northern Arizona University
      Flagstaff, Arizona
    16. Alpha Beta 2003 – University of Mississippi
      Oxford, Mississippi
    17. Alpha Gamma 2004 – Oklahoma State University
      Stillwater, Oklahoma
    18. Alpha Delta 2006 – Georgia Southern University
      Statesboro, Georgia
    19. Alpha Zeta 2006 – Kennesaw State University
      Kennesaw, Georgia
    20. Alpha Theta 2006 – The Pennsylvania State University
      University Park, Pennsylvania
    21. Alpha Iota 2009 – Notre Dame of Maryland University
      Baltimore, Maryland
    22. Alpha Kappa 2010 – University of Kansas
      Lawrence, Kansas
    23. Alpha Lambda 2010 – North Carolina State University
      Raleigh, North Carolina
    24. Alpha Mu 2011 – Boston University
      Boston, Massachusetts
    25. Alpha Nu 2013 – Texas State University
      San Marcos, Texas
    26. Alpha Xi 2014 – University of Central Florida
      Orlando, Florida
    27. Alpha Omicron 2014 – University of Florida
      Gainesville, Florida
    28. Alpha Pi 2014 – West Virginia University
      Morgantown, West Virginia
    29. Alpha Rho 2017 – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
      Blacksburg, Virginia

    Founding Chapters

    1. Alpha 1967 – Bowling Green State University
      Bowling Green, Ohio
    2. Beta 1963-2000 – University of Bridgeport
      Bridgeport, CT
    3. Gamma 1967/Rechartered 1993 – Eastern Michigan University
      Ypsilanti, Michigan