Who founded APO?

Frank Reed Horton
Alpha Phi Omega/Founders

What college was APO founded?

Lafayette College
This is the story behind the creation of Alpha Phi Omega. It is also the story of the beginning of the first chapter — Alpha Chapter — at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. It is also the story of the formation of the first national organization of the Fraternity.

When was APO founded?

December 16, 1925
Alpha Phi Omega/Founded

What is the purpose of Apo?

The purpose of the fraternity is to assemble college students in a national service fraternity in the fellowship of principles derived from the Scout Oath and Scout Law of the Boy Scouts of America; to develop leadership, to promote friendship, and to provide service to humanity; and to further freedom that is our …

What’s the meaning of APO address?

Army Post Office
APO stands for Army Post Office, and is associated with Army or Air Force installations. FPO stands for Fleet Post Office, and is associated with Navy installations and ships. The only way to send an item to an APO, FPO or DPO address is to use the U.S. Postal Service (USPS).

How do I become a member of APO?

  1. To be an active member, you must complete 20 hours of service per academic semester.
  2. You must attend at least ten general assembly meetings per academic semester.
  3. You must pay dues.
  4. You must attend three fellowship events per semester.
  5. You must also participate in a minimum of one fundraising event per semester.

What is Apo in English?

apo- in British English or ap- prefix. 1. away from; off.

What are the symbols of Alpha Phi Omega?

Alpha Phi Omega Symbols. In the early days of the Fraternity, the founders chose recognizable objects that would represent the spirit of the Cardinal Principles, Leadership, Friendship and Service. They selected items of historical and traditional value and notability.

What’s the name of the APO fraternity song?

1. The Toast Song is the official fraternity song. It is usually sung at the end of all fraternity functions (meetings, ceremonies, conferences, etc.) to the tune of “Alma Mater.” 2. The lyrics to the first verse of this song were created in 1925 by Dale Bartlett of APO USA Omicron chapter at The University of Iowa.

When did women join the APO national fraternity?

The APO USA National Fraternity acknowledges the importance of Brotherhood among all people. In 1976, the APO USA National Fraternity overwhelmingly voted to include women among its Brothers as full Members thus reference to “brother/s” means both men and women.

When did Alpha Phi Alpha become a fraternity?

Consolidation and expansion. The fraternity’s constitution was adopted on December 4, 1906, limiting membership to “Negro male” students and providing that the General Convention of the Fraternity would be created following the establishment of the fourth chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha.

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