Chi Omega Fraternity Pi Chapter Alumnae

Service. Leadership. Friendship.

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2630 Ann Baker Furrow Blvd

Knoxville, TN 37916


“Chi Omega today is the reason I accepted the honor of serving as chairman of our campaign. Chi Omega offers so much to our young women: leadership training, team-building, social and life skills, financial management, alcohol and drug education, and personal safety. With this knowledge, our collegians graduate with lifetime skills. Without missing a beat, they move into the world with abilities that make them successful in their choices for the future!”
Madge Logan Clark, Pi ‘51
Build a House Campaign Chairman

“Chi Omega has a rich history on the UT campus. Just as the chimes ring out from Ayres Hall, our Chi Omega house will be like a beacon on Morgan Hill, enlightening the lives of women for generations to come.”
Joyce Zirkle Tapscott, Theta Gamma ‘68
House Corporation President

“When I was attending UT, “town girls” lived at home. I felt that I missed out on so much of the college experience by not being with my peers on campus. I am really excited for the future of the Chi Omegas who will be the beneficiaries of the new house in the years to come.”
Sis Roddy Mitchell, Pi ‘51
Campaign Co-Chairman

“The benefits of sorority life are found in no other setting. It combines all aspects of living and working together: social, academic, athletics, philanthropy and teambuilding just to mention a few. Being part of such a group leaves its graduates well trained for taking their place among the future leaders of their communities and country. A sorority is a microcosm of the larger challenges that young women will meet as they work together and envision a goal, whether it is in a corporation, school, church, or elsewhere. What a joy to offer that legacy to the up and coming generations!”
Anne Willis Maynard, Pi ‘51
Campaign Co-Chairman

“I am a Chi Omega. Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. I am an individual but I recognize that I am part of a larger whole. I am proud of my Sisters. We make a difference.”
Pat Head Summitt, Xi Zeta ‘75
Head Basketball Coach, UTK

“In my own life, I have come to truly appreciate the lessons Chi Omega teaches. It gives us the confidence to succeed – as mothers, professionals, as citizens of the world. No matter the path we choose, Chi Omega makes a difference!”
Sela Ward, Nu Beta ‘75

“While it is important to have pride in our past, it is evident that it is more important that we have a plan for our future so that generations of Chi Omegas will share in this same pride.”
Mary Ann Fruge
Chi Omega National President, 1998-2004