Letter from the President

Hello!
My name is Megan Asbury and I am honored to serve as the 2017 Chapter President of the Zeta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at Missouri State University. Thank you for visiting our webpage and taking the time to learn more about an incredible organization. My hope is that this webpage is a small representation of the powerful sisterhood my sisters and I share in.

Alpha Chi Omega is a sisterhood of more than 200,000 members in more than 130 collegiate chapters and 200 alumnae chapters nationwide. This organization works to mold and grow young college girls into “Real. Strong. Women.” through an inseparable bond that is deeply instilled in the heart of each member. The sisterhood of Alpha Chi Omega is truly special, and is a place where women are not only able, but also encouraged, to grow both personally and professionally. As an organization we strive for academic excellence, promote philanthropic work, and remain involved in both our communities and college campuses. Alpha Chi Omega can serve as the platform to excel as you pursue an undergraduate education at Missouri State.
My family means everything to me, and coming to college I was extremely scared of the transition. Finding a second home in Alpha Chi Omega has made my college experience worth more than I could ever imagine. Zeta Sigma welcomes college women with open arms and offers them a home away from home. I am constantly surrounded by sisters and friends who are there to laugh with me when I’m happy, cry with me when I’m sad, and who are my number one supporters and constant source of encouragement. The sisterhood of Alpha Chi Omega is real, strong, powerful, and unexplainable, but can always be felt.
While I have many cherished memories as a member of Alpha Chi Omega, one of my favorites is living in our chapter house. Living in a gorgeous home with fifty-two sisters is a one-of-a-kind experience that I do not take for granted. Living in a chapter house means fifty two closets to pick from, fifty two women to listen after a rough day, fifty two brains to help you study, and fifty two women to master mind the biggest and best pranks. In this house I have laughed until I cried and cried until I laughed. Every day I am blessed by the company and compassion of the most ambitious, caring, and inspiring women, and I know that long after my years at Missouri State are over, I will be reminiscing about how my very best collegiate memories and very best friends were made in this home. I can sincerely say that my time in Alpha Chi Omega is not only shaping my college years, but my entire future. I am finally becoming the real strong woman I was always meant to be.

When a woman receives her bid to join Alpha Chi Omega, not only does she become a part of a sisterhood that is 132 years strong, she becomes a helping hand in creating a lasting bond. I am so very proud to call myself an Alpha Chi Omega and the sisterhood I am a part of will forever hold a special place in my heart. I hope that you too can see the influence of this incredible organization!

Loyally,

Megan Asbury