About Alpha Phi Omega:

Alpha Phi Omega is a national coeducational service organization founded on the principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service. It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they volunteer on their campus, in their community, to the nation, and to the organization. With more than 400,000 members on over 375 campuses, Alpha Phi Omega continues to provide more service on more campuses than any other collegiate service organization. 

It is the VISION of Alpha Phi Omega to be recognized as the premier service-based leadership development organization. 

It is the MISSION of Alpha Phi Omega to prepare campus and community leaders through service. 

The VALUES of Alpha Phi Omega are to develop leadership, promote friendship and provide service. 

The OBJECTIVES of Alpha Phi Omega are Share, Grow, Improve and Invest.

-Taken from http://www.apo.org/aboutus

Read the full story of Alpha Phi Omega's founding here.

About Delta Delta:

The Delta Delta Chapter at Saint Louis University whole-heartedly embodies the principles of Alpha Phi Omega. Since it was re-established in 1990, this chapter has exemplified the true meaning of Leadership, Friendship and Service. Our members are dedicated to ameliorating the current state of humanity through service work. Delta Delta helps in a number of activities on campus, namely: Make A Difference Day, Relay for Life, and Showers of Service. Additionally, members serve various organizations throughout the St. Louis community.

Read the full timeline of Delta Delta's history here.

Scouting and Alpha Phi Omega:

Alpha Phi Omega has roots in the Boy Scouts of America. Although scouting affiliation is no longer required for membership, we still recognize our roots through our Merit Badge University and Girl Badge University hosted each year on the campus of Saint Louis University. To read more about the connection between scouting and Alpha Phi Omega, please visit our Scouting Chair.

Still have questions?

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about what it means to be a brother of Alpha Phi Omega.