Delta Gamma House Project

Donors making gifts of $2500 or more can be made by clicking the "Make a Gift" button and entering your desired donation amount. Gifts of ANY amount are appreciated. Donors making gifts of $2500 or more will be recognized on a prominently displayed plaque in the chapter house.

Delta Gamma House Project

Anchored in Tradition

Alpha Omega’s beginning traces back all the way to 1925, when a group of young women petitioned Delta Gamma for the establishment of a chapter at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. On October 11, 1930, their dreams came true, and Alpha Omega was installed as Delta Gamma’s 45th chapter. The reestablishment of our beloved Alpha Omega Chapter in fall 2016 was a huge success and our collegiate members thrive on campus. Now over 1,300 alumnae and new sisters partner in a new era dedicated to sisterhood, leadership, scholarship, philanthropy and community.

Building our Future

Home is where the heart is, and Alpha Omega’s reestablishment brought our heart back to Arkansas. However, that heart needs an updated, competitive home. To complete this vision as planned, the Alpha Omega House Association has partnered with Core Architects of Rogers, Arkansas, and Michael G. Imber Architects of San Antonio, Texas to build a new chapter house at 625 W. Maple. Our Maple Street frontage spans the entire block between Arkansas Avenue and Gregg Street.

Our new home will accommodate a chapter of 400+ members and compete at the highest level with other new facilities in the community. Construction on the chapter house will begin in spring 2018 and will conclude in August 2019 just in time for formal recruitment.

Giving Options

The commitment we make to Delta Gamma today cannot be underestimated—it will have a far-reaching effect on the lives of our Alpha Omega sisters for years to come. 

Please make your gift today. By clicking the "Make a Gift" button, you can customize your donation amount by entering the amount in the red box or by choosing one from the listed donation options. 


Sisters, we're relying on you to help DG come home to the U of A. Thanks in advance for making a gift and spreading the word! 

For more information about the campaign, please visit To speak with someone from the University of Arkansas, please contact Sue Harris.