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Chi Omega is the largest fraternal women’s organization in the United States, with 181 collegiate chapters and over 375,000 total initiates. Specifically, the Sigma Beta chapter of Chi Omega at Montana State University is a well-developed sisterhood that provides both on campus and professional connections, as well as fosters unbreakable bonds within its members. Since its founding, the friendships made in Chi Omega are genuine and last a lifetime.

Chi Omega has a rich history dating back to its founding at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. The five founders created the Psi Chapter of Chi Omega with six main principles in mind (listed below).

The six purposes of Chi Omega:

  • Friendship

  • Career and Personal Development

  • Community and Campus Involvement

  • Personal Integrity

  • Service to Others

  • Academic Excellence and Intellectual Pursuits

Chi Omegas live by these principles and employ them in their lives every single day. Through academic distinction, campus leadership, philanthropy work with Make-A-Wish Montana, and authentic sisterhood, Chi Omega is proud to be a prominent figure in the Bozeman community.

Chapter Update

The Sigma Beta Chapter of Chi Omega has flourished on the Montana State University campus. This year, Chi Omega has been honored with the “Sorority of the Year” award and the "Sorority Membership Recruitment” award. We have also been awarded the “Chapter of Excellence” award by Chi Omega Nationals. Within the past year, we have been busy with volunteering, study dates, and Fraternity and Sorority Life events! On top of our engagement in the FSL community, all our members are actively involved on the MSU campus throughout the year, and many volunteer frequently in the Bozeman community. Many women in Chi Omega are involved as VOICE Center volunteers, Orientation Leaders, HEART initiative, EagleMount, and in clubs & intramural sports!

Chi Omega is dedicated to serving the Bozeman community, but a big piece of our heart goes out to our National Philanthropy, Make-a-Wish. With over 5,500 hours volunteered around the community and over 500 of those being Make-a-Wish specific, it’s safe to say that we strive to live up to our purpose of being helpful and kind wherever we go. In the past few years, we've implemented our brand philanthropy event, Wish Week, and raised over $20,000! This amount raised by Chi Omega goes directly to granting wishes for children in our Montana community. Overall, our chapter has donated more than 3,000 hours and over $45,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. We are proud of our commitment to serving others and plan to do just that in the upcoming semester.

As always, our Chi Omega chapter enjoys a fun-filled and upbeat agenda! In the fall semester, we rode in the Homecoming parade with the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, hosted our fall formal, participated in fellow Fraternity and Sorority philanthropy events, represented Chi Omega nationally at College GameDay, held sisterhood events, and welcomed our largest new member class yet! In this upcoming spring semester, we are excited to host our annual Eleusinia brunch to celebrate 103 years as a chapter at Montana State.

In the past year, we have had another incredibly successful Formal Recruitment raising our membership total to 93 women. We recently initiated 41 women into our Fraternity and are incredibly proud of our thriving sisterhood. The women of Sigma Beta are proud of the growth and genuine development we have seen over the past few years and are excited to continue building this legacy at Montana State University. 


Nickname Chi-"O"
Philanthropy Make-A-Wish

405 West Garfield St.

Bozeman, MT 59715

Local Chapter Website
National Website Chi Omega
Chapter President

Anika Fiske

[email protected]

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