Alpha Phi Omega holds 3 different conferences at different times of the year. They are Section Conferences, Region Conferences, and the National Convention, with Sectionals and Regional’s being held by chapters in their respective Sections and Region’s.
Section 43/44 Conference – The Section 43/44 Conference is held annually in the Spring semester. The Section Conference combines fun and exciting fellowship events, a service project, and training and leadership seminars. It is a chance for the chapters across South East, Central, and South Texas to meet and share ideas. Traditionally, the Section 43 Conference has been held with Section 44. The conference alternates between Section 43 and 44, one year in 43 and the next in 44. Here is a list of previous Section 43/44 Conferences.
Region VII Conference – The Region VII Conference is held in the Fall of every odd-numbered year. The Region Conference combines fun and exciting fellowship events, a service project, and training and leadership seminars. This conference brings together the Section 41, 43, 44, and 45 chapters in Region VII, which encompasses New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Here is a list of previous Region VII Conferences.
APO National Convention – The APO National Convention is held between December 27th-31st, or every even-numbered year. At the National Convention, official business is conducted and brothers from the various chapters in the organization meet to share ideas, expanding leadership, friendship, and service. The National Conference brings together chapters from all across the United States, and also has brothers from the Philippines that attend.