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Alpha Phi Omega

Welcome Alpha Phi Omega members to the Alpha Phi Omega Store!

Alpha Phi Omega is the U.S.’s largest co-ed collegiate fraternity. Dedicated to leadership, social service, and friendship, Alpha Phi Omega seeks to uplift its members and enhance their lives. With a legacy like that, who wouldn’t want to wear their membership proudly? Here at Greek U, we offer all the Alpha Phi omega merchandise you need to look and feel the part. From co-ed fraternity clothing and apparel, including shirts and sweatshirts, our Alpha Phi Omega store has it all!

Why Shop the Alpha Phi Omega Store?

Finding quality co-ed fraternity goods can be tough, and Greek U gets that! Which is precisely why we’re so proud to offer such a large assortment of Alpha Phi Omega clothing and goods.

Any Alpha Phi Omega member would love our huge selection of gifts and home decor goods, including our comfortable and versatile Alpha Phi Omega sweatshirts, available in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles. If that’s not what you’re looking for, slip into one of our Alpha Phi Omega shirts, perfect for yourself or a friend.

Looking for a unique gift? Check out our selection of beautiful Alpha Phi Omega jewelry or go for a pair of our Alpha Phi Omega sunglasses, instead. All of these items and more are waiting for you in the Greek U co-ed fraternity store. And, remember: we are more than happy to help you order your Alpha Phi Omega gifts, so visit us today!

The History of Alpha Phi Omega

Alpha Phi Omega was founded on the campus of Lafayette College on December 16, 1925. Known as a national co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega is currently the largest collegiate fraternity in the U.S., boasting chapters at more than 350 campuses and more than 25,000 active student members. The fraternity also has more than 400,000 alumni members and chapters throughout the Philippines, Australia, and Canada. The fraternity first opened its doors to women in 1976.

The mission of the fraternity is as follows: “to assemble college students in a National Service Fraternity in the fellowship of principles derived from the Scout Oath and Scout Law of the Boy Scouts of America; to develop Leadership, to promote Friendship, and to provide Service to humanity; and to further the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage.”

The fraternity seeks to provide volunteer services in communities, campuses, the fraternity itself, and the nation at large. Unlike many other fraternities, Alpha Phi Omega is a service fraternity, which means it does not allow its chapters to maintain fraternity houses where members can live.