WELCOME TO ALPHA OMICRON PI AT BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE
The Tau Delta Chapter at Birmingham-Southern College was installed in 1925. Living by our chapter motto, “Women Enriched through Lifelong Friendship”, the chapter strives for excellence while maintaining a sisterhood filled with love. Tau Delta has grown into a unbelievable and diversified chapter over the past 89 years, by making impacts not only in the BSC community but the surrounding Birmingham neighborhood.
Today, you’ll find our sisters working in leadership positions around campus, taking internships locally or across the nation, while also giving back to the community, whether that be pairing up with the Birmingham Arthritis Foundation, or spending time at Piper’s Place. Some sisters you’ll find studying hard in the BSC library, others in the study room of AOII house, or even abroad in places like London, England or Spain. You will always find our sisters grabbing lunch together in the caf, attending other Greek organizations philanthropic events on campus, or cheering on sisters at their sports games. The sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi support each other in academics and extracurriculars. They always look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of individual sisters, as well as the chapter.
My name is Olivia Dodd, and I am the Chapter President of Tau Delta at Birmingham-Southern College. I am excited to invite you to our website, which will introduce you to our fraternity’s ideals, goals, and personality. Our chapter is dedicated to sisterhood, academic achievement, campus involvement, and raising support for our national philanthropy, Arthritis Research. Our founders created a fraternity that focuses on diversity, individual attributes, and personal growth. The following is a quote from our national headquarters.
“The values on which AOII was founded help lead us in the decisions we make and the behaviors we exhibit in our daily lives. We are inspired to promote the values of simplicity, integrity, circumspection, tolerance, generosity, personal dignity, and love. Our lives are to be living symbols of these values that we hold in common. They enable us to go with character and confidence into the world around us, confidently knowing AOII is ours, offering friendships and opportunities throughout our lifetime.”
In AOII, we form friendships that will, indeed, last a lifetime. As sisters, we strive to support each other in out academic and extracurricular endeavors. Our members are involved on campus and fill leadership positions in various clubs and organizations. In the city of Birmingham, sisters are often working in internships and volunteering at organizations like Urban Kids and Pipers Place. Because of our individual interests and personal endeavors, our sisterhood is lively and fun. Our college experience has been enriched by joining Alpha Omicron Pi, and we are excited to share our chapter’s accomplishments with you. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via email at email@example.com. Sincerely, Olivia Dodd