Omicron Epsilon, Arkansas State University

About Omicron Epsilon Chapter

Omicron Epsilon was founded on April 7, 1991 at Arkansas State University in State University, AR. We've been around 27 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 11. We currently have a total of 95 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.25! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 5856 service hours and $8356.89!

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School Year Total
$8,357
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$22,821

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Chapter News

Ashley Hogan, Omicron Epsilon Chapter collegian at Arkansas State University, says Delta Zeta gave her the confidence to become a Star in Our Service Flag

"Delta Zeta has further developed my confidence and my leadership skills to inspire me to achieve success.”

Ashley Hogan, a collegian in the Omicron Epsilon Chapter at Arkansas State University (top, in photo), is a Star in Delta Zeta’s Service Flag. She serves in the ROTC (Reserved Officers Training Course), and completed her first year in the Army National Guard in May of
2016.

“I plan to commission as an officer upon graduation and seek a career in psychology,” she said. As a Cadet, Ashley is stationed in Arkansas, and her hometown is Paragould, Arkansas.

Ashley Hogan, Omicron Epsilon Chapter collegian at Arkansas State University, says Delta Zeta gave her the confidence to become a Star in Our Service Flag
May 13, 2016

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Delta Zeta salutes Ashley Hogan, a collegian in the Omicron Epsilon Chapter at Arkansas State University, as one of our Stars in Our Service Flag.

Ashley is a Cadet in the Army National Guard, stationed in Arkansas. Her hometown is Paragould, Arkansas.

"Representing Delta Zeta in ROTC (Reserved Officers Training Course), I am in my first semester as member of the Omicron Epsilon Chapter, and just completed my first year in the National Guard. I plan to commission as an officer upon graduation and seek a career in psychology. Delta Zeta has further developed my confidence and my leadership skills to inspire me to achieve success," she said.