- The Arkansas Tech University Order of Omega, a leadership honorary society for fraternity and sorority members, donated $5,609.07 to the Arkansas Torch Foundation to provide community empowerment through service and leadership.
- The funds were raised during Greek Week activities in the spring 2023 semester, and Order of Omega members are selected from the top 3 percent of Greek students at Arkansas Tech based on high standards in scholarship, leadership, and involvement in their organizations and community.
- ATU students involved in Greek organizations have the opportunity to develop leadership skills, make friendships, and contribute to the community. To learn more about ATU fraternity and sorority life, visit www.atu.edu/fsl.
The Arkansas Torch Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational and leadership opportunities for college students, received a generous donation from the Order of Omega.
The Order of Omega is a national leadership honor society for fraternity and sorority members. The organization donated $5,000 to the Arkansas Torch Foundation as part of its ongoing commitment to support education and leadership development.
The donation will go a long way in helping the Arkansas Torch Foundation provide scholarships, leadership training, and other educational opportunities for college students in the state. The organization works closely with fraternities and sororities to identify students who are committed to academic excellence, community service, and leadership.
“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the Order of Omega,” said Arkansas Torch Foundation Executive Director, Sarah Smith. “Their donation will help us continue to provide valuable resources and opportunities for students who are passionate about personal and professional development.”
The Order of Omega has a long history of supporting educational initiatives and organizations. The organization has a strong commitment to promoting leadership, scholarship, and service among fraternity and sorority members. Its partnership with the Arkansas Torch Foundation is just one of many ways it is working to make a positive impact on college campuses across the country.
“We are proud to support the Arkansas Torch Foundation and its mission to empower students to achieve their full potential,” said Order of Omega Executive Director, Alison Hurley. “We believe that investing in education and leadership development is essential to creating a more vibrant and successful society.”