Alpha Omega Epsilon at Texas A&M University was founded as the Beta Omega Chapter on February 1st, 2020. As a STEM sorority we look forward to expanding our sisterhood of women in STEM, developing professional and leadership skills and volunteering in our community.
A Letter From Our President
My name is Bella Ly, I’m a senior mechanical engineering major from Dallas, TX. I am so honored to serve as president of Alpha Omega Epsilon this year! I joined A.O.E. as a freshman and have made so many lifelong friendships throughout the years. I have fallen in love with our organization and the people within it, and hope you will too. I am so thankful to have a sisterhood of smart, talented, and hardworking individuals that continues to grow every year. I am so excited to see what is in store for this year.
- Bella Ly
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Why We Chose AΩE
"As a founding member of AΩE; dedication to service, camaraderie between other women in STEM, and the ability to grow in my professional skills were all things that drew me to this organization and made me feel like it would be an incredible organization to offer women in STEM on the Texas A&M campus. It has been incredible to bond with other women in STEM, to support each other in the hardships we face, and to help each other in our academic and professional careers!"- Caroline Unterbrink '22, Alpha Class
"I knew coming into my freshman year that I wanted to join a STEM or engineering organization because I wanted something to challenge me. One of my friends was told about AΩE over Instagram, so during Howdy Week I saw them bannering and really liked the girl I talked to. Then, going to the other events I just really felt like I belonged and everyone was really welcoming and so open. I felt like part of a community! Plus it gave me something to do outside of school and got me out and integrated into college life which was something I needed." - Mya Alexander '25, Epsilon Class
"The reason I picked AΩE is because I truly loved being able to be a part of a group of women who have similar life goals. I knew it would allow me to make friendships that would last forever. I also loved that all the girls are so unique and they make you feel comfortable to be yourself and are always there to help if needed."
- Barbara Ulloa Gonzalez '25, Zeta Class