On behalf of everyone here at Alpha Omicron Pi’s Zeta Chapter I welcome you to our homepage!

The women of AOII are incredibly well rounded, striving every day to excel in our core values: character, dignity, success and college loyalty. We lead the campus in many ways. Our members hold executive positions in numerous organizations, are awarded internships all across the country and excel both on the field as Division One athletes and in the classroom, maintaining one of the top GPAs on campus.

As students we hold academics in high esteem understanding that it was our desire to learn which brought us together. Every college within the University has a strong presence in our chapter with our members exploring a wide variety of majors and careers. Here at AOII we have scholarships, test files, a study buddy system, professor evaluations and many other incentives to encourage not only good study habits but also an environment of academic success within our chapter.

Our achievements go far beyond campus however as we maintain a constant presence in the community. With the Arthritis Foundation as our main benefactor we hold two, fun, unique events each year, that directly benefit arthritis research. We work with the Foundation in Lincoln to better connect with the organizations we support, meeting children, adults and families affected by the disease. We also hold smaller events each semester as a chapter benefiting other disserving causes such as Toys for Tots and Sisters for Soldiers. In addition to our AOII philanthropy, members are heavily involved in other individual and team philanthropic events such as Big Event, Relay for Life, and Dance Marathon.

Walking through the hallways at AOII you may pass an Anderson Cooper 360 or FBI intern, a member of the UNL Women’s Soccer team just returning from her Big 10 Championship win, a sister unpacking her bags after a semester spent in Russia, or even the founder and president of MedLife, an organization dedicated to changing poor medical conditions all over the world. It’s through this diverse membership that we here at AOII develop ourselves through meaningful conversation and true friendship. Whether it’s two hours of karaoke in the Rec on a lazy Sunday afternoon, trading ugly sweaters before going caroling or walking hand in hand to a Husker game we are always making memories that will last a lifetime.

Thank you for your interest. Perusing our website you will get a better idea of what it’s like to be part of Alpha Omicron Pi here on the University of Nebraska- Lincoln’s campus.

Alia Noetzel