Alpha Phi Omega (APO)

Service & Volunteerism


National co-ed service fraternity founded on the purposes of developing friendship, leadership and service to humanity.


This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

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Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 36
ISU Members 1
Non-ISU Members 1
Allowed Members No restrictions on membership, graduate students welcome as well
Allowed Officers Any member in good standing, must have a 2.5 GPA
Membership Qualifications Active membership in the national fraternity
Membership Restrictions Must be able to fulfill calendar year term
Elections/Selection Officer positions serve for a calendar year. Elections are held every November for all offices
Meetings Chapter meetings are at 8pm on Monday evenings (0308 Elings), Pledge meetings following chapter meetings from 9pm-10pm (0308 Elings), Executive committee meetings Sunday at 7pm (Molecular Biology 1424)

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

A national co-ed fraternity dedicated to the cardinal principles of Leadership, Friendship, and Service. Members give 20 hours of service each semester. There are also leadership opportunities available through executive offices and committee positions. The chapter holds multiple fellowship events each semester to promote brotherhood and friendship.

Description of Special Events

Progressive dinner every semester the Friday after the Pledging Ceremony Semester-end awards banquets Merit Badge University put on for area Boy Scouts in the fall