Alpha Phi Omega

Alpha Phi Omega

Phi Chapter

est. 1931

About Us

Alpha Phi Omega is a co-educational national service fraternity. Founded in 1925 in Easton, PA by Frank Reed Horton, the fraternity upholds the beliefs of leadership, friendship and service. Begun as a fraternity associated with the Boy Scouts of America (as it remains today), APO has grown for over 86 years to include 17,000 male and female student leaders on 361 college campuses across the country. Phi Chapter is located in Syracuse, NY and is open to Syracuse University (SU) and SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) students.

Why APO?

Post-Grad Preparation

Develop your leadership and professionalism through methods including, but not limited to joining the executive board, taking charge of service projects, mentorship, and classes.

Opportunity to Learn

Through the exposure of service opportunities in the Syracuse community, members experience and learn from different perspectives.

Strong Connections

Brothers of all chapters of Alpha Phi Omega are brought together through the shared belief in the importance of the pillars. Brothers often meet friends for life through APO.

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