It's Never Too Late

Nu Omega Psi Sorority, Inc.

The Beginning

The beginning of Nu Omega Psi Sorority was the beginning of a journey that would test the faith, dedication, and friendship of two young individuals. These two women, Honorable Founders Angela Taylor and Sharon Smith, would strive to create an independent organization that would promote sisterhood, service, and the attainment of complete womanhood. After performing a tremendous amount of research, the founders decided to take the lead in forming a fellowship and organization for women demonstrating humility and uniqueness in the midst of college, career, and family life.

On Sunday September 9, 2007 in Fairmont, North Carolina...
Nu Omega Psi Sorority was officially born. Its founding members are shining examples of our motto: "It's never too late."

Within the next four years, Nu Omega Psi Sorority, Inc. would encounter many obstacles, yet reach many major milestones. In September of 2010, the members of Nu Omega Psi Sorority witnessed the first establishment of chapters outside the state of North Carolina. Nu Omega Psi Sorority, Inc. continues to accomplish many things as a professional independent,  service, and social Greek-lettered organization. We strive to always promote the importance of service, education, and sisterhood through our journey as a sorority for many years to come.











Community Involvement

Nu Omega Psi Sorority, Inc. strives to serve our community by educating and raising awareness for issues that affect our society. In our journey to complete our mission, we are determined to benefit our community in any feasible way. Our chapters are working hard to maintain this determination through their efforts in planning events, collecting donations, and remaining involved. We welcome assistance and support from anyone with the same desire to make our society stronger. Your support, whether monetary or intangible, reminds us that we are a positive force that manages to make a difference.

Nu Omega Psi Sorority, Inc. National Philanthropies include Sisters Network, Inc. and The Lupus Foundation of America. Sisters Network, Inc. is an organization committed to increasing local and national attention to the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the African American community. The Lupus Foundation of America is devoted to solving the mystery of lupus, one of the world's cruelest, most unpredictable, and devastating diseases, while giving caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact.