Chapters

California State University Northridge, Alpha Chapter

The very first chapter of Alpha Epsilon Omega to be established. Formally established on December 20, 2000, the chapter started with 7 members and today has grown to over 30 members including active members and alumni.

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University of California Los Angeles, Beta Chapter

The Beta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Omega was started at UCLA on May 9, 2001 becoming one of more than 60 Greek letter-organizations on campus. Today it has grown to be a strong chapter with more than 20 members including active brothers and alumni.

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University of California Irvine, Gamma Chapter

The Gamma chapter was chartered on May 8, 2002 at the University of California, Irvine. UC Irvine has a small, but strong Armenian population and despite that, they have grown to become one of the largest AEO chapters.

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California State University Los Angeles, Delta Chapter

Alpha Epsilon Omega, Delta Chapter was chartered on May 27th at CSULA as the first Armenian Fraternity on campus. Delta chapter has won an award at CSULA as the most philanthropic organization on campus!

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University of Southern California, Epsilon Chapter

The Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Omega was established in the Summer of 2005. Hagop Baboudjian, Harout Akopian, Hrant Varozian, Haik Hacopian, Patrick Baghdasarian, Armen Arabyan, and Armen Grigorian were the seven motivated individuals who set forth the establishment of Epsilon Chapter at the University of Southern California.

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California State Polytechnic University Pomona, Zeta Chapter

The Zeta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Omega was established in the Summer of 2005 by Sergey Artunyan, Michael Karaca, Harut Varuzhanyan, Edgar Khachatryan, and Aram Bagramyan.

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University of California San Diego, Eta Chapter

The Eta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Omega was established in the Summer of 2006 by Shant Darakjian, Hovik Nalbandyan, Arthur Alaverdyan, Matt Haroutunian, and Sevak Ohanian.

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