BETA ZETA BETA
Est. November 21, 1944
Alpha Chi Sisters, Circa 1945
In 1902, Alpha Chi Omega conventioneers in Evanston, Illinois voted for the chartering of alumnae groups as full-fledged chapters which would be granted one vote at national conventions. At a time when people were beginning to become more mobile, the alumnae chapters provided Alpha Chi's the opportunities to find other Alpha Chi's in their new cities and towns. Today, with more than 190,000 alumnae, and more than 200 active alumnae chapters across the United States, our alumnae chapters continue to bring Alpha Chi Omega's together.
In 1944, Beta Zeta Beta Houston Alumnae Chapter was formed November 21, with eleven women representing collegiate chapters from Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Oklahoma and Wisconsin bound by the sisterhood of Alpha Chi Omega. We thank our founding sisters for their devotion and love to Alpha Chi Omega and for providing us a means to continue the sisterhood in Houston.