Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social engineering sorority that focuses on promoting women in engineering while offering the bonds of sisterhood. We were chartered as the Rho Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon on January 22, 2006. Our sisters are from all walks of life with many differing interests, but one thing we all understand is how difficult it is to be a woman in the male-dominated field of engineering. To help all of our sisters find a niche, our sorority is involved in a wide array of activities.

We participate in a variety of Professional Development, Community Service,
Philanthropy, and Social events.

Visit our national website at www.alphaomegaepsilon.org!




A Letter From AΩE's President

Welcome to the AΩE - Rho Chapter webpage!

Alpha Omega Epsilon is both a professional and social sorority. We are a sisterhood of young women in engineering majors who take both our academics and relationships seriously... all while having fun along the way! As engineers, we are constantly striving to create a better future, which does not stop once we exit the classroom nor start once we've graduated. The Rho Chapter at Virginia Tech now has the largest AΩE chapter in the nation and has helped raise $7,300 for Juvenile Diabetes Research last year! We would love for you to join us and be a part of our big success!

Although formal recruitment is in the spring semester, we offer plenty of meet-n-greet opportunities in the fall. Please visit our Recruitment page for all of the latest details on upcoming events! To find out more about us, feel free to peruse our lovely website. If you still have questions, you're more than welcome to ask our Executive Board at aoe_exec@listserv.vt.edu or any other sisters at our open events.

Sincerely,

Caroline Richards
President, Alpha Omega Epsilon - Rho Chapter