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Why are there so many inactive chapters?
Most recently, many of our chapters became inactive due to an inability to replenish its membership during and as a result of necessary campus safety precautions from COVID-19. Because SAO is a uniquely faith-based, independent sorority that relies heavily on a word-of-mouth approach, many of our chapters simply graduated their members without a strong introduction of newer members during the typical 4-year college experience.
As a result, we are so thankful that we are no longer in a state of national emergency at our campuses because we can resume relational recruitment based on authentic friendship and discipleship connections made through our beloved campus ministries and churches. Interested in starting (or restarting!) a chapter colony? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started, or download our Expansion Booklet here!
If you attend one of the schools listed below as an inactive chapter or colony and are interested in reinstating your chapter, please contact our Vice President of Expansion. You can reach her at email@example.com.
Delta - Millikin University, IL
Epsilon - University of Missouri, MO
Eta - Shaw University, NC
Lambda - California State University at Chico, CA
Xi - Illinois Wesleyan University, IL
Rho - Valdosta State University, GA
Sigma - Alma College, MI
Tau - Atlanta Christian College (now Point University), GA
Psi - University of New Mexico, NM
Alpha Gamma - Armstrong Atlantic State University, GA
Alpha Eta - Palm Beach Atlantic University, FL
Alpha Iota - University of Delaware, DE
Alpha Kappa - Georgia State University, GA
Alpha Mu - Virginia Tech, VA
Alpha Nu - Lindsey Wilson College, KY
Alpha Pi - Towson University, MD
Alpha Phi - Emory University, GA
Beta Gamma - Mid-Atlantic Christian University, NC
Zeta - University of California, Berkeley, CA
Kappa - Bethel University (of Minnesota), MN
Phi - Georgia Southwestern State University, GA
Beta Kappa - Gardner-Webb University, NC