Alpha Chi Omega entered Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, April 21, 1922, with the installation of Alpha Mu chapter as the third Indiana chapter. The purpose of Alpha Chi Omega, as stated in the Constitution, shall be: "to encourage the true spirit of sisterhood, to develop through personal effort a high moral and mental standard, and to advance the appreciation and practice of fine arts among its members."
Alpha Chi Omega is a national women's organization that enriches the lives of both its collegiate and alumnae members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning, and service. As a leading women's organization, Alpha Chi Omega inspires and encourages its members to achieve the highest moral, cultural and intellectual level in the art of daily living.
Members of Alpha Chi understand the importance of involvement around campus. One of the five standards of Alpha Chi Omega is Leadership Development. To uphold this standard and represent Alpha Chi, they belong to a variety of clubs and organizations, and many of them hold leadership positions. Alpha Chi at Indiana University has the largest Greek house on campus.