Weclome to Alpha Phi Omega Section 43 Web

Welcome to Section 43 (Central and Southern Texas) ofAlpha Phi Omega, a National Service Fraternity.

Alpha Phi Omega is the national, co-educational, service fraternity that sets the standard for campus-based volunteerism. Since 1925, Alpha Phi Omega has made a positive difference in the lives of college women and men and has helped to improve the quality of life for individuals in need. Nearly 300,000 students have been initiated into Alpha Phi Omega since our founding and our current Membership exceeds 18,000 students at approximately 350 colleges and universities.

Section 43 consists of Alpha Phi Omega chapters at nine Texas colleges and universities. Additionally, the section is a subset of a larger region — Region VII— of APO.

The purpose of Section 43 is to bring local Chapters together through Friendship, Leadership, and Service to further the ideals of the Fraternity.

Originally founded in 1925 at Lafayette College in Easton, PA, Alpha Phi Omega now has more than 350,000 Active and Alumni members and more than 360 active chapters at schools across the United States, making it the largest student-led organization in the country!
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