Omega Phi Alpha is a National Service Sorority. Our members prioritize service and organize numerous projects throughout the year with the spirit and enthusiasm to serve. Keep reading to learn more about service within our Chapter and our permanent projects.
Our active members are dedicated to giving back to the community that is preparing them for their post-college ambitions by recognizing the efforts and needs of the university, the faculty, the staff, and fellow students.
NATIONS OF THE WORLD
Our members take action through service on issues that impact humanity across the globe.
Our members recognize the significance of their communities and strive to make a positive and meaningful impact.
Our members champion psychological and emotional well-being for all through partnerships with national organizations or projects that address underlying issues impacting a person’s mental health.
Our members deeply value their sisterhood and strive to serve each other, both active and alumni, through meaningful, uplifting activities and sincere, steadfast support.
Our members dedicate time and effort to support a focused area of service that is designated annually by the national president.
SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS
We are proud to be partnered with the Sexual Assault Resource Center in Brazos Valley. "The Sexual Assault Resource Center's mission is to end the cycle of sexual violence in the Brazos Valley, TX through education, empowerment, and advocacy."
We hope to spread awareness for SARCBV's mission and actively volunteer to help in any way we can. From clothing donation drives, volunteer service projects, and raising monetary donations we aim to support SARCBV so that they can continue their efforts within our community.
Our philanthropy focuses on raising awareness for sexual assault and abuse. According to CSA statistics, 20% – 25% of college women and 15% of college men are victims of forced sex during their time in college. We aim to promote resources for victims of sexual assault and abuse and take proactive steps to prevent sexual assault and abuse.