omega phi beta sorority, inc.
Thank you for visiting the official website for the Phi Chapter of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated! Phi chapter is established at the University of Southern California.
Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is a national organization comprised of prominent collegiate and professional leaders committed to the empowering women through sisterhood, diversity, leadership, service and academic excellence. OPBSI is committed to act as resources to our community both locally and nationally through programming efforts of our Sisters at each respective chapter. Our members are dedicated to their personal development, as well as the success and empowerment of all women in today’s world. We are a sisterhood with an intimate network of mutual support, serving as an outlet for positive self-expression and individual growth of our members.
Phi chapter is dedicated to furthering the mission and vision of OPBSI and serve as an outlet for women of diverse cultural, social, economic and political backgrounds. We encourage you to research our beautiful organization and contact us for more information!
OMEGA PHI BETA – PHI CHAPTER
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Sisterhood at USC
Phi Chapter was established in 2003 by 6 women of diverse cultures and has brought in amazing women into the organization with Hummingbird and Trojan pride.
Omega Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated was founded on March 15, 1989 at the University of Albany, New York and has now grown across the nation.
"The amazing drive I saw in every Beta I connected with was truly inspiring. It was a fire I knew I had inside myself, and I believed surrounding myself with like-minded women would help bring that part of me out and help the best parts of me shine. When I saw the amount of support they had for one another, I was sold!"
– Amy R., Fall 2014 #2
"When I got to USC, I was looking for connection and what I got was a life-long Sisterhood. The women I call my Sisters have drastically changed the direction of my life for the absolute better. Almost 15 years later and I still give back to the chapter and sisterhood."
Stephanie R., Fall 2005 #5