In just two years, the chapter has been able to accomplish many amazing things. The chapter had the second highest all-Greek average GPA in the Fall of 2014. The chapter also has been very successful in its signature philanthropy event, Cakes for CASA. Last year, over $4,000 was raised for Voices for Children. Additionally, Eta Omega was recognized at the Saint Louis University 2014-2015 Leadership and Service Awards and was presented with the New Student Organization Award. We are so proud of the accomplishments Theta has had over the past two years.
Even after graduation, women from the charter class still feel connected to the chapter. “I can see the love that everyone has for our sisters and for Theta,” said Corinne O’Brien, class of 2014; she said that she is “so proud to have played a role in the beginnings of all the love.” The women of Eta Omega have grown so much together, as an organization as well as sisters. Jenn Camm, another alumna, said “it is exciting to see Eta Omega become a more prominent organization on campus as my relationships with my sisters from Eta Omega and the other chapters of Theta continue to flourish in my post-grad life.” This year, our chapter has continued that growth and cannot wait to see what other amazing things the members will continue to accomplish in the many years to come. Kait Tretter, class of 2015, said that “I think that Eta Omega has, in a sense, grown up a lot since I graduated in May. It has been very apparent that the chapter has continued to present a unified front. I saw it the most by keeping track of the recruitment process through social media this fall. It was awesome to see Eta Omega have a successful recruitment season and add to such a stellar group of women. Also, I appreciate that Eta Omega has continued in its tradition of having women involved in almost every aspect of campus as well as getting more involved in Panhellenic Council. I think the chapter has grown so much as an overall community and is setting itself up to continue to be successful and to keep expanding its influence at Saint Louis University.”
Happy Birthday Eta Omega! We look forward to celebrating the many more years to come.