Letter from the President
Hello and welcome to the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at the University of Southern California! My name is Lucy Pape and I am the 2021 Chapter President. I am so excited and honored to serve my chapter this year, and continue to encourage every one of our members to “seek the heights”!
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit our website! I hope you gain an insight into what it really means to be a member of the Epsilon chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. Our story is unique and life-changing, and I am so glad we get to share it with you.
My experience as a member and on the executive board of this chapter has been one of the most rewarding, transformative, and fun experiences at USC. The sisters of Alpha Chi Omega continue to challenge me every day to grow as a leader and as an individual. These women surrounding me push me to be the best version of myself. Prior to becoming Chapter President, I served on the executive board as the Vice President of Philanthropy. One of the biggest reasons I joined Alpha Chi Omega was because of how important our philanthropy is. Outside of Alpha Chi Omega, I am involved in Beta Alpha Psi, an accounting and finance honors organization, as well as mentorship programs in the Leventhal community, and I work for USC's student athlete academic services.
When I walk through the red door and into our home on 28th Street, my heart swells as I witness the development of lifelong friendships and memories within the walls of our chapter house. The strong bond of sisterhood in Alpha Chi Omega is what makes our collegiate and alumna experience so fulfilling. Each member is genuinely valued for their individual contribution to the chapter, no matter how big or small. We are all extremely fortunate to call Alpha Chi Omega our home away from home!
We, the Real. Strong. Women. of the Epsilon chapter, invite you to explore our website and get a look at the exceptional journey we all experience here at USC! I hope that you can see why I call this chapter my family, and why you should call Alpha Chi Omega your home, too!