search cancel – Co-ed Fraternity Alpha Phi Omega is the home of Alpha Phi Omega, a national fraternity open to both male and female college students from more than 350 campuses across the United States. This service-oriented fraternity focuses on developing leadership skills, personal connections, and volunteerism. Its slogan, “Preparing Leaders through Service,” reflects its main goal. The APO is comprised of over 17,000 student members, making it the largest of the Greek letter fraternities, and has included over 350,000 members since its beginnings in Easton, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1925, the fraternity will soon be celebrating its 90th anniversary.


Alpha Phi Omega is currently based in Independence, Missouri, but is present at a total of 366 college campuses throughout the country. Depending on its location, each campus falls into a certain Region, Section, and Chapter of its own. Each Chapter participates in a vote to select its Region Director, who acts as their representative to the fraternity’s National Board of Directors. APO has also furthered its reach by partnering with other service-based organizations such as Youth Service America, The President’s Volunteer Service Award, and the Girl Scouts.

Students may join the fraternity by either asking a current APO member on his or her campus or contacting his or her school’s chapter office. The website features a look up tool that can be used to determine whether a certain school has its own chapter. If a school does not already have an APO chapter, one can be formed by filling out the chapter activation/reactivation form also available at

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Author : Pat Gregson

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