Alpha Omicron Pi Properties, Inc. (“AOII Properties”) was established in 2001 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity, Inc. The purpose of AOII Properties is to support the Fraternity and its collegiate chapters by promoting the health, safety and welfare of pledged new members and initiated members of those chapters and ensuring the existence of competitive chapter facilities through the coordinated management of the real property interests of the Fraternity, AOII Properties, and chapter corporations.
Who We Are
The vision of Alpha Omicron Pi Properties, Inc. is to be the leader in providing quality housing facilities for all owned properties and continually establishing the benchmarks of success for safe and competitive chapter housing and facilities in support of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity.
Alpha Omicron Pi Properties, Inc. establishes the standards of excellence for leadership in property management, creates an environment of safety, and provides competitive chapter facilities with the purpose of enriching the collegiate experience and enhancing the sisterhood of all members of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity
Whether you’re a collegian living in a chapter house on campus or an alumna going back to assist with chapter events, the facility is a large part of the AOII experience. We work to ensure that experience lasts through the years by maintaining the chapter houses and other on campus AOII facilities.
The purpose of fraternal chapter housing is to further the freedom of association, the fraternal system and relationship of collegiate members of the Fraternity in order to promote the mission and purposes of the Fraternity. The terms and conditions set forth in the provisions of the Governing Documents, as may be applicable, are incorporated into each agreement, between Alpha Omicron Pi Properties, Inc. and all collegiate members, and considered a material part of all housing agreements.
Theta Omega – Northern Arizona University
Theta Omega was founded at Northern Arizona University in 1963. The members lived together in various residence halls on campus, most notably Raymond Hall. In 1990, the university built Mountain View Hall, which was designed to be an all-Greek residence hall. Each fraternity and sorority has a “wing” of the building with a chapter room, which each chapter can design based on their preferences. In 2015, the current Chapter President of Theta Omega, Nicolle Christman, an interior design major, worked with AOII Properties to redesign the space. The result was a modernized chapter room, and the women of Theta Omega love it! They use the room to study, for sisterhood gatherings, LC meetings, and to conduct other meetings, such as officer transitions.
Learn more about our 2015-2017 Strategic Plan.
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