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Alpha Chi Omega Apparel & Merchandise




The Alpha Chi Omega sorority was founded in 1885 at DePauw University and was the first to be organized as an all-female fraternity. As one of the most recognizable Greek organizations, Alpha Chi Omega sisters now span college campuses nationwide. Here at Greek Gear, we proudly carry a large selection of Alpha Chi Omega merch, including apparel, gifts and much more. Order shirts for current sisters or pick up a sweatshirt for a special alumni member. We even carry inexpensive promotion items for rush to help you spread the name of your sorority.

From comfortable Alpha Chi Omega sweatshirts and pullovers for those cooler months, to custom monogrammed shirts for everyday wear, we've got it all in our Alpha Chi Omega merchandise collection. Outfit yourselves with earrings and pendants representing your loyalty to the group. Help your chapter spread its colors even further with group ordering options that not only save time, but help save you money, too. Show your support with iconic emblems placed on everything from cases for electronics to drinkware. Whether styling yourself out from head to toe or searching for a gift for someone special, our collection of Alpha Chi Omega merchandise will not disappoint. At Greek Gear, we truly do have something for everyone. Visit Greek Gear today for premium Alpha Chi Omega styles at low prices.

Alpha Chi Omega FAQs:


  • What year was Alpha Chi Omega founded? Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885 at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana.
  • What are Alpha Chi Omega's colors? Alpha Chi Omega's colors are scarlet red and olive green.
  • What is Alpha Chi Omega's symbol? The fraternity's symbol is the golden lyre.
  • What are the most popular Alpha Chi Omega sisters? Notable alumni include reality TV star Melissa Rycroft, Bachelorette star Trista Sutter, actress Dawn Wells, 2005 Miss America winner Deidre Downs and CBS news correspondent Rita Braver.