Omega Delta Phi (Omega)
To promote high moral and intellectual standards and to promote deeper understanding and bonds among the sisters. To work closely with both colleges and the community as a whole. To encourage better citizenship in the future vocation, and to support good relations and understanding between the Greek houses. To have, as members, women with a variety of interests and capabilities.
Colors: Red and White
Number of Members: 19
Philanthropy: American Cancer Society
To encourage all members to excel academically, while also contributing to the community, the colleges, and to Omega. To strive to have several philanthropic and fundraising events that not only better the sisters and the house, but the community and colleges as well. To recruit members who are individuals that demonstrate both loyalty and strength, and to pass down traditions that have been carried by the house since our foundation.
Recently, Omega's current and former sisters worked together to raise money for Hospice's Children's Bereavement Program which includes Camp Healing Hearts, the annual summer grief camp for children ages 5-17. Money and awareness have also been raised lately for Omega's philanthropy, American Cancer Society, along with Suicide Prevention and the Potsdam Humane Society. The sisters also participate in Sigma Chi's Derby Days every Fall and Relay for Life at both Potsdam & Clarkson in the Spring.
Adviser: Todd Canedy, 315.267.2548, email@example.com
omegadeltaphi.webs.com (active house)
odpalumni.com (alumni association)