Each fall, the women of Alpha Chi Omega participate in Panhellenic Formal Recruitment with the goal of gaining more wonderful sisters. We hope you walk through our doors and feel that our house can be your home away from home. For more information on the Panhellenic organization and the recruitment process, visit TCU's Panhellenic Website. Please don't register for recruitment before you have a final transcript from high school. We hope to see you soon!




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2901 Stadium Drive 
TCU BOX 293302 
FortWorth, TX 76109

work week & recruitment 2021

recruitment team 2022

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Kallen Fedele

VP Recruitment

Mackenzie ruof

VP Recruitment Information

Hometown: Clovis, CA
Major: Communications

Hometown: Fresno, CA
Major: Business Management and Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation

There is no experience on earth like sorority recruitment. While it can be nerve-racking, overwhelming, and chaotic for some, the recruitment experience is truly worth it. For me, it brought my best friends and a lifelong sisterhood. The women of Alpha Chi Omega are special. The feeling of walking through the big red doors for the first time during recruitment, is one I will never forget. Round after round, I remember returning to Alpha Chi Omega and feeling so loved by the women who instantly became my biggest cheerleaders, role models, and family. This chapter has brought endless memories and a bond like no other. Becoming VP Recruitment gave me not only an opportunity to share my love for this chapter but also an opportunity to welcome the next generation of women into those big red doors. Therefore, I urge you to find your home at TCU wherever it may be! Because there is truly no place like home, or in my opinion,

Alpha Chi Omega.

Alpha Chi Omega is a house filled with real strong women. When I walked into Alpha Chi Omega on the first day of recruitment, I knew this sisterhood was something special. It felt familiar and comfortable, which was big for me because I had just moved to Texas from California. This familiarity and comfort quickly transformed into a family for me, and has continued to feel more and more like home during my time at TCU. Some of my favorite college memories have been because of Alpha Chi Omega, from our new member retreat to big/little reveal to pizookie nights with sisters. I always wanted to be able to share this feeling with the future of Alpha Chi, and found that I would be able to do so by serving on our executive board. Last year, I had the opportunity to be the assistant to the VP of Recruitment Information, who happened to be my lovely big, and I absolutely fell in love with the position. I am so excited to now take on the role of VP Recruitment Information and hope to share a glimpse of the sisterhood I have experienced. In this chapter, you will never find a lack of support or kindness from sisters. My college experience would not have been the same without Alpha Chi Omega. I have found the women that will stand by my side on my wedding day and those who will continue to be in mine and my future family’s lives for years to come. Recruitment can be stressful, but I promise it all works out the way it should so enjoy the process!! I cannot wait to welcome in the next generation of Alpha Chi Omega this August with my absolute best friend and fellow Recruitment chair, Kallen Fedele. See you at the red doors!!!

Anna Wolfe

Asst. Recruitment

Hometown: College Station, TX
Major: Nursing

Lauren Armstrong

Asst. Recruitment

Hometown: Chicago, IL
Major: Nursing

Tiffanie Rodriguez

Asst. Recruitment Info

Hometown: Fresno, CA
Major:Entrepreneurship & Management

Sydney sharrers

Asst. Recruitment Information

Hometown: Bellevue, WA
Major: Business 

Piper Winset

Asst. Recruitment

Hometown: Little Elm, TX


a look into last year's bid day