About OAPA

In addition to offering scholarships and recognition awards, OAPA shares information about trends in Greek life, directs potential new members to campus resources, and encourages involvement in community and alumnae group events. OAPA helps support local NPC members academically, in leadership, and with programming assistance as needed. An Alumnae Panhellenic Association is a community based organization. We exist


Coryn McDonnell, Delta Gamma

Nicole Busboom, Alpha Omicron Pi

Jillian Humphries, Kappa Delta

Sharon Dunham, Gamma Phi Beta

Colleen Richardson, Alpha Xi Delta

Meetings are held the third Thursdays of September, November, January, March and April. For time and location, please contact your delegate or the President.

Member Organizations

  • Alpha Epsilon Phi
  • Not currently active
  • Phi Mu
  • Not currently active
  • Phi Sigma Sigma
  • Not currently active
  • Sigma Delta Tau
  • Not currently active

Our History

OAPA was formed during the 1930s as the Omaha City Panhellenic Association. OCPA joined the National Panhellenic Conference in 1952, and changed its name in the mid-1970s. OAPA includes alumnae representatives from most of the National Panhellenic Conference sororities.

In 2002, OAPA became a charter member of the NPC Centennial Endowment Fund, to provide ongoing support for programs which encourage sorority women to strive academically, to develop leadership capabilities, and to develop the skills necessary to address risk management issues. Our $1000 donation continues to help fund these programs.

4 Delta Delta Delta women

Today, OAPA delegates enjoy the social interaction and accomplishment our programs provide the Omaha area. Delegates take information back to their alumnae chapters and associations, which helps further the Panhellenic spirit.

If your NPC sorority does not currently have a delegate, please contact us and attend a meeting. We invite you to join us!

See our past presidents.