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Inspire Ambition

Boise State University - Beta Sigma

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Alpha Omicron Pi's

Core Values


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Commitment to
Character

Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on a promise to serve not only one another but the greater community as well. This commitment reflects a philosophy of friendship, concern, and usefulness in the world.

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Commitment to
Dignity

Whether a member chooses to serve as a chapter officer, or represent AOII as a member of other campus or community organizations, there are numerous opportunities to develop leadership skills as a member of AOII.

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Commitment to
Scholarship

AOII encourages all members to excel academically and has many programs designed to assist women in achieving their academic goals. Expectations are high but the support provided by scholarship programs, academic development officer resources, and fellow members makes success attainable.

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Commitment to
College Loyalty

From collegiate years on through alumnae involvement, the reason AOIIs continue service is the joy of spending time together and sharing the insights learned from the relationships we build and sustain.

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Letter from the President


Welcome! My name is Grace Frary and I am honored to be the President of the chapter where I found my home at Boise State University, the Beta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi. At AOII, I found a support system that started from the second I walked through the door on Bid Day and will stay with me long after college ends. I hope that by viewing our website you will get to know more about the women who encourage me every day to “Inspire Ambition” and help me be the woman I set out to be when I first started college. Alpha Omicron Pi has not only given me my best friends and a ton of memories, but all of my sisters have given me my confidence. As members of AOII, we encourage our sisters to be the best version of themselves.



Our chapter is proudly involved in the Bronco Community—from sisters who work on campus to those who volunteer in chemistry laboratories, to dancers, athletes, and elementary student mentors, every one of my sisters is exceptional.



When you explore our site, I hope you can imagine the Sunday night chapter meetings when we learn a sister has gotten accepted into the Peace Corps, sisterhood retreats to the mountains, finals study sessions, spirited football games, and social events with other members of our Greek community. At the end of the day, there is nothing better than to know we get to do it all together, as Alpha Omicron Pis.



Roses,

Grace Frary