Through a variety of philanthropic and social activities, UCLA Alpha Chi Omega inspires its members to adopt important values such as leadership, empathy and ambition, and to always strive for excellence.
Since 2000, members have upheld these values through academic success, philanthropy, character development and solid relationship-building skills. Our members are actively involved in many events throughout the year, allowing them to create lifelong bonds and consistently give back to the community.
638 Hilgard Avenue
The Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Psi Chapter house was built in 1929 on sorority row when the UCLA campus was moved to Westwood. The colorful patio in the rear maintains the Spanish architecture, while the extensive greenery adds charm to the house. The 11,285 square foot house sleeps 42 Alpha Chi chapter members with a vibrant backyard and courtyard. Members enjoy coming to the house to grab some food, catch up with friends, and work in the study room.
Get to Know Our House Mom Nancy
In 2021 Nancy Mairet was chosen as the house mom for Alpha Chi's. As the house mom, Nancy manages the house and its expenses, house meals, and in-house events. In addition to managing the house, Nancy cares for every Alpha Chi as if they were her own. Here is a message from Nancy on why she enjoys being our house mom.
"Alpha Chi Omega stood for what I believed in, Real Strong Women. Alpha Chi's down-to earth philosophy stuck with me. I wanted to create a safe place to inspire women to impact the world."
Luna and Twilight
Luna and Twilight are our House Mom's dogs, who are truly apart of our Alpha Chi Omega family. They are teacup Yorkies who enjoy walks in Westwood and running around the house!