Order of Omega Endowed Scholarship

            Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi fraternity and sorority life 20 for 20 campaign image. Fraternity and sorority members posing for photos.
The Order of Omega Endowed Scholarship was started in Spring 2012 after a successful Penny Wars event during Greek Week raised almost $3,000. Order of Omega Greek Honor Society has been raising money every year since and are finally close to raising the required $10,000 to initiate an endowed scholarship for Greeks, by Greeks.
Help support our current students as they strive to complete their collegiate experience.


To make a donation, go to giving.tamucc.edu. Once there, choose "Other Area of Interest" under which area of the University you would like to support. In the Special Instructions Area, please make sure to indicate which fraternity or sorority you would like your donation to be made in honor of. See below for an image to help you navigate the website.

Screenshot of donation page at tamucc.edu instructing individuals on how to make sure their donation gets credited to their organization.


In 2018, we awarded our first scholarship during the Greek Week Awards ceremony. The inaugural recipient was Lexi Archer of Zeta Tau Alpha.

                       Lexi Archer, middle, recipient of the first scholarship award in 2018, posing with Order of Omega executive board members.

Pictured above is scholarship recipient Lexi Archer (middle), with Jordyn McDaniel (Order of Omega President, left), and Reagan Best (Order of Omega Vice President of Programming, right) in 2018.


Year Recipient Organization
2018 Lexi Archer Zeta Tau Alpha
2019 Lexi Archer Zeta Tau Alpha
2020 Karen Perez Gamma Phi Beta



Endowed Scholarship Fundraising Tracker

We've raised $9,109 of our $10,000 goal!

Order of Omega has been raising money to attain an endowed scholarship for our fraternity and sorority community through various fundraisers like hosting a Chili’s Give-Back Night and Penny Wars. Want to support this cause?  

 Contact stacy.rowan@tamucc.edu