Promissory Note

"We thrive on engineering, we are sisters A.O.E!"

Alpha Omega Epsilon provides its alumnae members lifelong opportunities for growth and friendship through a variety of programs and events. Alpha Omega Epsilon's committment to its members is possible through the continued support of its alumnae community and the contributions of the Promissory Note. Fulfilling the responsibilities of the Promissory Note advances the Sorority and enables the Sorority to maintain an exemplary level of dedication to its members.

The support received from the Promissory Note helps to develop programs such as:

Convention
Angle Newsletter
Support expansion efforts
Offset the cost of Colony and Chapter installations
Development of programs for Actives and Alumnae
The Promissory Note is a one-time payment made by alumnae that provides for the ongoing communication between the Sorority and alumnae over a lifetime, contributes to the growth of the Organization, and assists in the financial stability of the Organization (Bylaws, Article III, Section 5).

Promissory Note Questions

Do you have questions about the Promissory Note? Did you recently receive a letter in the mail about your Promissory Note? The Promissory Note FAQ should answer any questions you may have.

Payment Options

There are several payment plans available for alumnae. Please contact the Promissory Note Chairperson, Veronica O'Dierno, for additional information at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to pay via check, please make your check out to Alpha Omega Epsilon. Payments should be sent to the following address.

Alpha Omega Epsilon
Promissory Note Committee
1425 North Cass Street, Apt 308
Milwaukee, WI 53202

If you would like to pay via PayPal (personal banking or credit card), please follow either of the following buttons. Please Note: a tax will be added to cover the transaction fee by using this method.

 

Most Sisters will use this button:

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Chapter Founders, use this button:
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Volunteer Opportunities

The lifestyle as a sister of Alpha Omega Epsilon does not end with graduation. Alpha Omega Epsilon offers its members many opportunities to stay connected with the Sorority and many ways to continue to promote "friendship, leadership and professionalism". Joining a committee or becoming an Alumna Advisor is one of the many great ways to stay in contact with Alpha Omega Epsilon.

Committees are organized under each of the International Executive Board officers. Committees offer a wide range of involvement and responsibilities and allow you to work along side fellow sisters! To learn more about a specific committee, please contact the overseeing IEB officer.

To volunteer, please fill out this survey:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=K3tri1wR4DlEL5LzgYeD8Q_3d_3d

Traveling on behalf of the sorority? Please complete the Travel Request Form

 

A Message for New Grads

You did it! You have accomplished a great feat, and what better reward is there than a diploma. Now that you are a graduate, the world around you is about to change. You are about to emerge into a new and exciting phase in your life filled with a challenging career, new friends and many diverse opportunities to explore.

As a member, you can log into the website to retrieve an New Graduate Packet from Alpha Omega Epsilon. If you do not have access to the Members Only section of the website, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your Chapter, Graduation Semester (e.g. Spring 2012), and Roll Number. This packet contains material that will make you feel at ease as you transition and continue to grow. The packet can be found under the Resources section of the website.

As you embark on new journeys remember to keep Alpha Omega Epsilon in your heart. There are many exciting ways to stay involved as an alumna. You can also continue to support the Sorority by upholding your financial responsibilities and fulfilling the Promissory Note. And don't forget to keep your contact information up to date on the Members page. The oaths you have taken with Alpha Omega Epsilon will stay true forever and always.

Alumnae Chapters

Currently we have seven alumnae chapters, Delta, Rho, Beta, Tau, Omega, Theta, and Beta Zeta. You may only join the alumnae chapter that corresponds to your undergraduate chapter. Alumnae Chapters must have gone through the alumnae chapter process by first starting out as an Alumnae Interest Group, then submitting their bylaws to the Judiciary Committee for approval, and completing the other necessary steps in the petition process. After submitting their petition to the IEB and receiving a vote of approval for alumnae chapter status, the chapter will be officially activated (their name changing from Alumnae Interest Group to Alumnae Chapter).

Delta Alumnae Chapter, Milwaukee School of Engineering

If you are an Alumna of Delta and are interested in joining, please go to www.yahoo.com to search for the group 'aoedeltaalum' and request to be a member. Please include your Candidate Class and the year you became an Alumna with your membership request. Please be aware that ALL Delta Alumnae will be invited to activities, you do not need to join the Alumnae Chapter to participate.

Rho Alumnae Chapter, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

If you are an alumna of Rho, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name, current contact info, candidate class, and graduation date. We're excited to have any new members! Go Hokies!

Beta Alumnae Chapter, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

The Beta Alumnae Chapter members are a very motivated group and are welcoming new members, so if you are a Beta alumna, please don't hesitate to contact the IEB ARO to get involved.

Tau Alumnae Chapter, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

The Tau alumnae sisters are very excited to support their active Chapter sisters and Alpha Omega Epsilon.

Omega Alumnae Chapter, South Dakota State University

If you are an alumna of Omega and are interested in joining the alumnae chapter, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for information. The group supports the active chapter as well as holds socials for alumnae.

Theta Alumnae Chapter, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Beta Zeta Alumnae Chapter, University of Missouri

The Beta Zeta Alumnae Chapter was installed on February 2, 2016 and currently has over 25 members. We hold two annual meetings, one in the spring and one in the fall at our alma mater, Mizzou, and have special events throughout the year in Kansas City and St. Louis where most of our membership resides. If you would like to learn more about how to get involved and stay up-to-date with your Beta Zeta alumnae and active sisters, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We would love to hear from you!

 

Alumnae Interest Groups:

Alpha, Epsilon, Iota, Nu, Sigma, Phi, Psi,  Beta Eta, Beta Iota, Beta Pi, Beta Xi - If you are interested in being a part of any of these groups, please contact the IEB ARO at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. expressing your interest to get in contact with the appropriate interest group. Thanks!

 

Starting your Alumnae Interest Group:

If you do not see your chapter listed above that means that none of the alumnae from your chapter have expressed an interest in starting their alumnae interest group/chapter. If you would like more information about starting the process of activating your alumnae chapter, please contact the IEB ARO at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. expressing your interest to start your alumnae chapter. The process is fairly simple and easy; some of the basics are: you must have 8 members, 4 of which being board members (President, VP, Secretary, and Treasurer), you must meet at least 2 times a year, and you must have approval from the Judiciary Committee regarding your bylaws.