Epsilon Omega

Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, November 1, 1969

Epsilon Omega was first organized as a social and service organization with the name Kappa Kappa Alpha in January 1967, and became a local sorority in April 1968. The local became Epsilon Omega colony a year later and was installed in November 1969. Through the years, the chapter has proven to be an outstanding organization, winning scholarship awards, Most Ideal Sorority nine years in a row, Leadership on Campus awards and Outstanding Panhellenic Council Spirit award. Jan Alexander Maisch served many years as an advisor and international officer, before becoming District I Team Director. Louise "Dodee" West Monaco, Alpha Tau - Syracuse, and Kathleen "Kathy" Cole Malz were long-serving advisors.