The California Omicron chapter was founded in 1984 and has since grown to be one of the largest fraternity chapters at UCLA. Over the course of around 35 years we have called many different locations home, but now our chapter facilities and live-in brothers reside at 522 Landfair Avenue.
Our residence at 522 Landfair affords our brothers some of the best living spaces of any fraternity at UCLA. Every room is equipped with a private kitchen, bathroom, and space for queen beds. Over 50 sophomores, juniors and the occasional senior live in the house and it serves as the heart of our chapter and its culture.
Every day, new recruits and older members visit the house to relax, study, socialize, and catch-up. Our recently renovated chapter room provides space to watch sports on the big screen, host study-groups, and play games of Foosball and ping pong. On Mondays, the chapter room serves as the venue for our all chapter meetings where the president and executive board make announcements, we share a catered meal, and brothers are given a forum to tell stories celebrating other members as "Chapter Goods".
While the house is integral to our chapter's culture and history, our brothers are ultimately the most important part of our fraternity. We pride ourselves on the diverse set of interests and backgrounds our brothers possess, and the support our organization provides to individuals as they find their path during the short time they attend UCLA. Our members are the best and brightest of UCLA, and hold an average GPA far above the UCLA average. They are involved in on-campus organizations, philanthropy and volunteer groups, and hold internships and jobs in a variety of fields.