Omega Phi Alpha
Founded in 1967, Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority is dedicated to serving the world around us, developing leadership skills and building lifelong friendships among sisters! The sisters of Rho Chapter at WKU, founded in 1993, strengthen the bonds of sisterhood while participating in OPA's six main areas of service: university community, community at large, members of the sorority, nations of the world, mental health and an annually rotating president's project. Our service events include St. Baldrick's, Beauty and the Greek Pageant, Relay for Life, the Warren County Humane Society and many, many more! OPA sisters also enjoy all the benefits of being a part of Panhellenic Association, including Homecoming Week and Greek Week!
If you are interested in learning more about Omega Phi Alpha, please visit us online at facebook.com/WKUOPA or WKUOPA.wordpress.com, and on Twitter at @WKUOPA. Omega Phi Alpha hosts informal recruitment in September, and we would love to see you there!
"Today's friends, tomorrow's leaders, forever in service."
The purpose and goals of this sorority shall be to assemble its members in the fellowship of Omega Phi Alpha, to develop friendship, leadership, and cooperation by promoting service to the university community, to the community at large, the the members of this sorority, and to the nations of the world.
Nickname: O P A
WKU Chapter: Rho
Color: Dark Blue, Baby Blue, Gold
Flower: Yellow Rose
Mascot: Ladybug(local), Raggedy Ann(National)
Philanthropy: Hope Heart Institute and St. Baldrick's