Collegiate Chapter Support
The San Diego Alumnae Chapter and her members model a lifetime commitment to the Fraternity for our local collegians. The health and vitality of our collegiate chapters depends on the involvement of local volunteers. Alumnae assistance is welcomed for recruitment activities, involvement with chapter operations and events, and as mentors on the chapter's Alumnae Advisory Committee (AAC). The San Diego Alumnae Chapter supports our two local collegiate chapters: Lambda Iota Chapter at UCSD and Theta Iota Chapter at CSUSM. Please see our Calendar for upcoming collegiate support opportunities.
- Providing meals during recruitment
- Giving behind-the-scenes recruitment support
- Attending annual alumnae appreciation events
- Supporting philanthropic projects, such as Strike Out Arthritis events
- Hosting annual Welcome Seniors into Alumnae Status events
- Attending Initiation
- Participating in recruitment practice
- And much more!
Lambda Iota (UCSD)
To volunteer for the Lambda Iota Chapter AAC, please contact Chapter Adviser, Jessica Ingalls at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lambda Iota chapter of AOII is at University of California San Diego (UCSD) in La Jolla. Chapter Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scveDnJmNwQ
UCSD holds Formal Recruitment in late September/early October.
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Theta Iota (CSUSM)
To volunteer with Theta Iota Chapter AAC, please contact Chapter Adviser, Leslie Friedberg Michaels at email@example.com.
AOII’s Theta Iota chapter is one of four sororities at California State University, San Marcos (CSUSM). Chapter Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kb-k_XsLhy4&feature=youtu.be
CSUSM holds Formal Recruitment in early February.
At the 2015 AOII Convention, Theta Iota received:
Our current AAC is made up of 14 exceptional women from many different chapters - Alpha Gamma, (Washington State U), Gamma Theta (U of So. Florida), Theta Omega (Northern Arizona U), Lambda Beta (Long Beach State), Lambda Iota (UC San Diego), Nu Omicron (Vanderbilt U.), Nu Lambda (USC) and Chi Psi (Cal Poly).
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