Autism acceptance in Greek Life

Autism acceptance in Greek Life

This is the final in a series of posts written by Abby Howard (Mu) designed to educate our members about Autism and Autism Acceptance. Have we ever asked Autistic Omega Phi Alpha members how they want to be supported in April?  We would not be a part of Omega Phi...

Moving from Autism awareness to Autism acceptance

This is the second in a series of posts written by Abby Howard (Mu) designed to educate our members about Autism and Autism Acceptance. As an Autistic person, I’d like to pose the question: after fifteen years of “lighting it up blue” what are we raising...
Omega Phi Alpha Foundation announces scholarship opportunities

Omega Phi Alpha Foundation announces scholarship opportunities

Education is one of Omega Phi Alpha’s core values and is the foundation that equips all of our members to act upon our shared values. In the spirit of supporting education, the Omega Phi Alpha Foundation will be accepting applications for the Pamela McCullough McEwen...
The meaning behind our core values

The meaning behind our core values

Join national president, Jan Titsworth, as she provides an overview of Omega Phi Alpha’s core values and what they mean to us in practice and...

7 Reasons to Attend Your Spring District Summit

We’re always looking for ways to make the bonds of sisterhood tighter, especially across the country. That’s why we have OPA District Summits in place – it’s the perfect spring activity to have a mindshare with your fellow OPA sisters around what’s working for them,...