Alumni Resources

After graduation, you don’t have to stop being a part of Alpha Phi Omega. Some of the best and most impactful years come as alumni. There are many ways for our alumni to stay involved and connected to the Fraternity throughout any stage of life. No matter how you would like to stay involved, there are several ways to incorporate Alpha Phi Omega into your everyday life.


The Fraternity encourages all alumni brothers to become volunteers after graduation in a manner that best suits their skills and interests. Alumni involvement in the Fraternity is vital to our membership growth for active brothers, development of our future leaders and establishing a sense of community within each chapter and a connection to the national Fraternity.


Alpha Phi Omega membership is a lifetime experience and with that comes the certainty that wherever you go you will find a brother to share life’s experiences in  Leadership, Friendship and Service.

Stay Connected

Are you interested in developing a career in non-profit and association management? Does supporting the growth and development of servant leaders interest you? Join the Alpha Phi Omega Chapter Services Team! 

Connect with brothers across the country through APO’s official social media pages. These social networks are great ways to meet up with brothers from your chapter or to extend your hand to brothers you may not have met yet. Join in on the conversation TODAY!

As of fall 2022, the Fraternity now issues digital cards and certificates for new members.


Members who wish to have a physical card and certificate to accompany their digital credentials, or are looking to replace a misplaced, physical card and certificate can use the order form below to be issued a physical membership card and certificate.


Engagement & Education

Join or Create an Alumni Association

Alumni associations provide the opportunity for alumni to work with their peers to continue to live out the Cardinal Principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service. Associations are registered groups of alumni living in a particular geographic region, alumni members of a particular chapter, or alumni members that share a similar interest i.e Eagle Scouts.


Alpha Phi Omega places a high value on the dignity and worth of a human being. Therefore all alumni volunteers are required to have signed a copy of the Compliance of Risk Management Polices Form on file with the National Office. If you do not have a signed form on file use the link below to download the fill-able form and e-mail the completed form to [email protected]


Alpha Phi Omega’s Corporate Partnership Program is an opportunity for various businesses to offer significant discounts to our alumni members.

Volunteer Opportunities

You may be asked to speak for a multitude of reasons, (social) i.e. toasting a wedding, (professional) i.e. presenting a special project at an employee meeting. Alpha Phi Omega has training programs for members interested in presenting and allows for opportunities to practice those learned skills through many leadership courses offered, including APO LEADS, APO Impact, Membership Academy/University and many more. The skills attained through presenting can be transferred professionally.

To develop leaders of tomorrow and to enhance service to campuses and communities, each chapter needs a core group of volunteer advisors to help the chapter’s membership grow and excel. The role each chapter advisor plays depends heavily on the advisor’s background, availability and what the chapter desires. Chapters are required to have at least two faculty/staff advisors, one Scouting or youth services advisor, and one community advisor.

Alpha Phi Omega has hundreds of committee members and national officers who work with the 18 regional chairs and 10 National Program Chairs – Alumni Relations Chair, Extension Chair, Education & Operations Chair, International Relations Chair, Leadership Development Chair, Meetings & Conferences Chair, Membership Chair, Service Chair, Volunteer Development Chair and Advisor Development & Engagement Chair. We are always looking for members with a willingness to share their time, talent and knowledge with APO’s national programs.

Alpha Phi Omega is led by more than 200 officers and staff members at the sectional, regional and national level who work diligently to move the Fraternity closer to its mission of preparing more leaders through service. We are constantly seeking qualified alumni who wish to serve in a wide variety of areas to assure the growth and stability of the Fraternity.

Extending membership in APO means the creation of more chapters on more campuses for the purpose of doing more service and developing better leaders for the community and nation. A sponsor serves as the liaison between the potential student group and the National Office. The ultimate role of an extension sponsor is to mentor the group through its chartering phase. Becoming a sponsor is a selfless way to give back to the Fraternity and help develop brothers who can provide Leadership, Friendship and Service on a college campus.


For more information on becoming an extension group sponsor, please e-mail [email protected]