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We are so happy that you are interested in going greek!

Alpha Omega Epsilon is an associate chapter that is a part of Georgia Tech's CPC community. We are a smaller chapter averaging around 50 active sisters which allows us to have a tight-knit community of women passionate about STEM, but all majors and all year levels are welcome to recruitment.

Fill out AΩE’s interest form here! A sister will reach out to you and give you some more information and answer any questions you may have! Feel free to reach out to AΩE’s Recruitment Chair, Teema Yassine, at You can also browse our instagram!

Read on to learn more about what makes A.O.E. unique! 

Getting Started


  1. Follow us on Instagram @gtaoe

  2. Fill out our interest form below

  3. Learn more about the recruitment process here

  4. Read the FAQs

Getting Started

Letter From Our Membership Educator 


Hi there potential new member :)

If you’ve found this letter and gotten this far you’ve already made such a good decision! As a social and professional sorority, Alpha Omega Epsilon provides a unique experience you can’t find anywhere else on campus. I truly believe our sorority exists to serve and develop our members so they can thrive here at Tech and afterwards.

I joined AΩE back in Fall 2019 going into my second year at another university. I had a really rough first year of college mentally, and I found myself in a really dark place craving this sense of home that I lost long ago. I joined right before the pandemic started, but then I was hit with a situation where I had to transfer schools. I almost was too scared to reach out to rejoin when coming here, but pushed myself outside of my comfort zone and reached out about joining. When I came here, I was immediately welcomed in with open arms and they made my transition so easy. When I met everyone for the first time, the energy was absolutely amazing and I immediately knew I had to stay. It was the first time in years that I felt that I could be myself again and felt truly at home. 

I have accomplished so much more personally and professionally than I could have ever done by myself. The women of AΩE are so incredibly diverse and driven, and every one of my sisters inspires me to make the most of my time here at Georgia Tech every day. It just goes to show you to never let your fears stop you from trying something new, because it can be the best thing you’ve ever done.

With AΩE Love,

Teema Yassine

Recruitment Chair and Membership Educator


Recruitment FAQs

Do I have to attend all recruitment events?

No, but we highly recommend coming to as many as possible! In order to be eligible for an interview on night 3, you must come to at least one Information Night and one of our first two recruitment events (Professional, Leadership, and Friendship Night). We love to see interest in the sorority. If you have any time conflicts, we highly encourage you to reach out to our Recruitment Chair at

Are the outfit suggestions for each night required?

No, but they are highly encouraged. We know that certain themes (such as Professional Night) can be intimidating, but do not fret! Come in whatever you have access to. We like to add the outfit themes to make the nights fun, not to discourage one to come.

Does it cost money to go through AΩE’s Recruitment?

We have no application fees for our recruitment process. Though, if you were to get extended a bid and accept, you will have to pay our dues each semester. More information will be released during our Recruitment Events!

Do I have to be an incoming first year student to participate?

No you do not! Your year doesn’t impact your likelihood of getting a bid. Though, ideally we would like for you to have a few semesters available left in your time at Georgia Tech. If this is a concern for you please just reach out to our Recruitment Chair at so we can clear everything up!

If I participated in formal recruitment, can I still participate in AΩE’s Associate Recruitment?

Yes, as long as you were never initiated into any other sorority. For more information, contact our president at

If you have any more questions or concerns, please email

"Finding a support system in college can be really hard. There are so many things to do in order to be a well rounded student that it can be dizzying. With AOE there’s a support system of sister ready to help along the way. Writing resumes or finding jobs can be really hard, but the workshops that are set up make it easier. When one of us is struggling, all they have to do is say it and there is a small army of girls ready to help her through it."

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