Alpha Phi at Montana State University

Alpha Omicron Pi



"The overnight retreat was by far my favorite sisterhood, not only did we get to serve our school in a group service project but we had a blast zip lining, even though I was terrified of heights! We ended the night with a campfire... Nothing's better then enjoying all of my sisters individuality and greatness, that's what sisterhoods are all about" - Haleigh Hurst, Pledge Class of 2015 and Previous VP of Chapter Development

"I chose AOII because these women are the some of the most genuine and easy to talk to that I have ever met in my life. The second I walked into the big brick house I knew that I would be a part of something bigger than myself, I would be part of a legacy that included 100 years of remarkable women." - Emma Williams, Pledge Class of 2014 and Current Chapter President

"To me, AOII means a home away from home and a second family full of the most inspiring, adventurous, intelligent, and welcoming women. Whether it's eating Vicky's delicious food or snowmobiling in Idaho, I could not take on the day without my sisters. I am forever thankful!" - Kelly Sanders, Pledge Class of 2016

"AOII has given me a second family and a home full of sisters that love me unconditionally. My favorite memories have come from this sisterhood, whether it's the late night McDonalds runs or the random dance parties in the dining room, I'm proud to call the big brick house my home" - Jade Weiss, Pledge Class of 2015