Joining ΑΦΩ: Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Alpha Phi Omega?
- Who can join Alpha Phi Omega?
- Why should I join?
- Does APO have a house?
- Does APO haze?
- What does pledging consist of?
- How much of my time will it take up?
- Am I allowed to be in both Alpha Phi Omega and a social fraternity or sorority?
- What do I need to do during rush?
- What does it mean to be an active member?
Spring 2014 Rush Schedule
Come to a callout or to a free Rush event to see what we're all about.
|January 28th (Tuesday)||@ 5:30 PM||Callout||BRNG 2290|
|January 29th (Wednesday)||@ 5:00 PM||Root Beer Kegger||STEW G14|
|January 30th (Thursday)||@ 5:00 PM||Callout||BRNG 2290|
|February 1st (Saturday)||@ 9:30 AM||Service Project: at|
Almost Home Humane Society
|February 3rd (Monday)||@ 5:00 PM||Root Beer Kegger||STEW G14|
|February 4th (Tuesday)||@ 5:30 PM||Callout||BRNG 2290|
|February 5th (Wednesday)||@ 7:00 PM||Ice Skating||STEW G14|
|February 6th (Thursday)||@ 5:00 PM||Info Session||STEW G14|
|February 7th (Friday)||@ 5:00 PM||Induction Ceremony||STEW G14|
All of these events are free, and if you attend, you are under no obligation to join AΦΩ. Just come and have fun! Callouts will have free food!
None of these events are required in order to join, except for the Induction Ceremony ("Tapout").
If you have any questions, please contact our Pledge Trainers: Emily McNair (email@example.com) and Clayton Conley (firstname.lastname@example.org).