Why Alpha Omega Epsilon?


I joined A.O.E. because I live having a smaller community of sisters that I can be both fun and loose with, but also serious and understanding. Everyone is so genuine and sweet and I felt so at ease and loved the moment that I joined. Being an electrical engineering major, I'm often around men so it's nice to have a community of strong STEM women who support me in everything! Everyone is so loving, and I'm so glad that I am part of A.O.E.


A.O.E. is such an inspiring and supportive group of women. It is so great to know that I have sisters I can rely on and who are always excited to see you, no matter how often you hang out. Beyond the community, we have such a great network of alumni that provide advice or just share what they’ve done through school or their careers. Both current sisters and alumni have broadened my knowledge and interests outside of mechanical engineering.


I chose to join A.O.E. because I wanted to be around other women with interests and values similar to mine! The professional aspect of the sorority drew me in as well. I’m so glad I decided to join because I truly love the close-knit atmosphere that A.O.E provides. I know that I can rely on any person in the sorority. Plus, all the ladies are so sweet and fun to be around!


Second semester I was struggling to make strong connections that lasted longer than the duration of the semester and I was searching for a place where I can grow and make a lasting difference. So far my time in A.O.E. has allowed me to gain valuable leadership skills as PR chair and webmaster while being surrounded by inspiring women. My sisters are unique, genuine, creative, and will always be there to answer any question or give their support. I love the creative outlet, friendships, and inspiration this sorority has given me.


I joined A.O.E. because I’m an out of state student who didn’t know a single person coming to Tech. I tried formal recruitment and thought a sorority wasn’t for me, but they mentioned something about a smaller sorority that promotes women in STEM. I checked it out and decided to go to the first day of recruitment just to see. I immediately fell in love with the diverse group of women that created such a genuine, welcoming, and fun environment. I’m so glad I took a chance and went to recruitment because I’ve truly found a home in A.O.E.


A.O.E. was the first place on Tech’s campus where I felt like I was at home. It gave me the confidence and support system to go out of my comfort zone not only socially but academically and professionally as well. A.O.E. gave me friends that I want to keep for a lifetime; an amazing group of people that will be there for me from giving me advice on the best multivitamins to helping me move out to giving me advice for getting my dream internship.


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 A.O.E. 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.


A.O.E. has been so instrumental in me finding myself throughout college. The sisters are some of the most kind, accepting, and inspiring people I've met, and they are the reason why I feel like my most genuine self on campus. I know I can go to any of the sisters or alumnae for advice or a pep talk, and I know I will receive unconditional support from each and every one of them. Being a member of this sorority has been such a joy, and I am so glad I took a leap of faith during my first year and went to recruitment.


The best kind of friends are ones that hype each other up no matter where they are. Even though I am frequently abroad or at home, I know I can come back to ATL and be welcomed by my sisters with open arms as if I was never even gone! I have a support network I can rely on for encouragement for the rest of my life and that feels really special.


A.O.E. to me means acceptance. I never thought of myself as someone who would join a sorority but coming to college as an out of state student I knew I needed a support system and a friend group. A.O.E. gave me that and also so much more. Every single member made me feel included and valued from the very first day of recruitment. They don't just accept my differences but celebrate them. The women in A.O.E. have become family and I know I can depend on them for anything.


I chose A.O.E. to find a group of hard-working women who I could count on to always be there for me. Not only is there a community of active members who I see often, but there is also a large web of alumni who have all their wisdom to offer. We love watching each other flourish professionally, academically, and especially mentally. Joining A.O.E. is one of the best choices I have made at Tech, and everyone I have met through it has immensely improved my college experience.