Welcome to 

Alpha Phi Omega

Kappa Mu Chapter, Johns Hopkins University

About APO

 

Founded on December 16, 1925 at Lafayette College, Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed service fraternity that aims to uphold the values of leadership, friendship, and service. Alpha Phi Omega has become the single most represented undergraduate intercollegiate organization in the United States of America, with chapters at 366 (and counting) colleges across the country. Over 350,000 members have joined Alpha Phi Omega since its founding.

Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed service fraternity, and it has been so since the 1970’s. The use of words such as "brother", then, is understood to include both men and women.

Our Chapter

The Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Mu Chapter has been striving for excellent service since its 1998 rechartering at Johns Hopkins University. Kappa Mu’s impact in Baltimore is astounding; collectively, we perform over 5000 hours of community service per semester. Our service is spread out over various types of projects including helping out at soup kitchens, repairing homes, and teaching English to the Spanish-speaking community.

 

While service is an integral part of Alpha Phi Omega, we also encourage friendship among the chapter and leadership attained through internal and external activities. As such, in addition to performing community service, our Brothers attend many fellowship events and seek leadership both on campus and in the greater community.

Message from our Chapter President

Founded on December 16, 1925 at Lafayette College, Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed service fraternity that aims to uphold the values of leadership, friendship, and service. Alpha Phi Omega has become the single most represented undergraduate intercollegiate organization in the United States of America, with chapters at 366 (and counting) colleges across the country. Over 350,000 members have joined Alpha Phi Omega since its founding.

Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed service fraternity, and it has been so since the 1970’s. The use of words such as "brother", then, is understood to include both men and women.

 
 
 

"Be a Leader. Be a Friend. Be of Service."

Leadership: 

Alpha Phi Omega strives to develop our members as leaders through service to others. 

 

This approach builds the leadership skills of our members while fulfilling a need on campus and in the community--therefore leaving a lasting impact on our nation.

Friendship:

 One of the best parts about being a brother of Alpha Phi Omega is all the friends you will make through attending as many fellowships as you can! 

 

Past events have included trips to the Inner Harbor, Sunday brunches at Paper Moon and Miss Shirley’s, movie nights, karaoke nights, and so much more! 

Service:

Our VPs of Service offer an extraordinary number and variety of opportunities for brothers to give back. They range from weekly tutoring opportunities, community cleanups, gardening, running carnivals, and more! 

 

Learn more about our projects and get involved!

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