It is with great sadness and profound respect that Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity recognizes the passing of Past National President Lawrence “Pinky” L. Hirsch, MD, Beta Gamma ’40. Brother Hirsch’s relationship with APO spans back to 1940 when he was initiated into the Fraternity by Beta Gamma Chapter at Roosevelt University in Chicago. “Pinky” as he was affectionally known,...

Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity is proud to announce the chartering of Alpha Theta Theta Chapter at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT. The chapter charted 43 new members into the Fraternity on Sunday, April 28, 2019. Congratulations to our newest brothers, and we wish them the best of luck as they continue to grow and make a positive...

Alpha Phi Omega is excited to announce the hiring of two new chapter consultants - Jasmine Barr and Stephanie Hesse. They will begin their two-year employment with the Fraternity in early June and will begin traveling nationwide next fall to facilitate on-campus training and workshops. The Fraternity will have a total of four consultants on the road in the next...

Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity is proud to announce the chartering of Omicron Mu Chapter at Carthage College in Kenosha, WI. The chapter charted 45 new members into the Fraternity on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Congratulations to our newest brothers, and we wish them the best of luck as they continue to grow and make a positive impact on...

Alpha Phi Omega plans to reach a monumental benchmark by initiating its 500,000th member since the founding very soon. Because of APO brothers and the connections they share, more than 750,000 hours of service is performed each year, creating a network of assistance to one another and our world. This crucial membership growth should always remain a high-level goal as...

Alpha Phi Omega is proud to introduce the following brothers as new leaders on the Operations Council. APO is supported and led by volunteers like these who have dedicated themselves through shared connections to bettering the Fraternity. Through these connections, we can continue to grow into a meaningful organization that can provide more leaders on more campuses through service.     Program Chairs  Advisor Development & Engagement Chair...

Congratulations to the named recipients of the 2019 Youth Service Grant for providing service to the youth of all nations and for playing an active role in the development and success of Alpha Phi Omega. The youth service programs established and implemented by each chapter are often designed to support Frank Reed Horton’s dream of changing the lives of youth...

Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity is proud to announce the chartering of the Delta Lambda Chapter at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. The chapter charted 28 new members into the Fraternity on Saturday, Feb. 23. Congratulations to our newest brothers, and we wish them the best of luck as they continue to grow and make a positive impact...

During Alpha Phi Omega’s 45th Biennial National Convention in Austin, TX, delegates elected the National Board of Directors to serve in the 2018-2020 biennium. They were sworn in at the Celebration Banquet on December 30, 2018.  Alpha Phi Omega is proud to introduce the following brothers as new leaders on the National Board of Directors.  Robert M. Coop, P.E. National President, Tau Omicron Chapter ’91 Melody Ann Martin National Vice...

Alpha Phi Omega would like to thank our Society of Life Members sponsors for making nearly 120 sponsorships available to students at the 2018 National Convention. Congratulations again to the following recipients – and welcome to the Society of Life Members! Alison T. Gentry Alpha Rho Chapter at the University of Texas at Austin Joanna Hua Gamma Chapter at Cornell University Trevor Lamb Nu Delta Chapter...

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