What is Alpha Phi Omega Epsilon Zeta?

Welcome to Alpha Phi Omega! This chapter, Epsilon Zeta, was chartered in 1947, and we have been serving the campus and the community ever since. We run a campus wide Lost and Found service, have an extensive library of back exams  to study from and run the campus Book Exchange, which allows students to sell their textbooks to other students at their own price!

Our Office Hours are as follows: Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

If you would like to pledge APO or would like more information please email us at: apo@union.rpi.edu.

Rush Spring 2015

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ECOM Spring 2015

Congrats to our new Spring 2015 ECOM:

President: Christopher Hartline

SVP: Kurt English

MVP: Fiona Kine

FVP: Emily Stickles

Treasurers: Lauren Sinski & Rebecca Bradley

Office Manager: Eric Zhang

Recording Secretary: Zhen "Amy" Zheng

Corresponding Secretary: Andy Kakkaramadam

Historian:  Elizabeth McKernan

SAA: David Rauseo

Alpha Phi Omega - Fall 2014 Rush

Alpha Phi Omega's Fall 2014 Rush begins this Friday with our Ice Cream Social and Info Session Kickoff! Join us for free ice cream and to learn about our organization and how you can join!

Please see the calendar below for all of our events for the next two weeks. As always, events are open to all students, free to attend and you can attend all or just one of the events. Check us out, learn about what we do, get some free food, meet new people, and see if Alpha Phi Omega is right for you! 

If you have any questions, see us at the APO Office (Union 3420) or email us at apo-rush@union.rpi.edu

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Spring 2014 Rush Calendar

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Fall 2013 Rush Calendar!

Fall 2013 Rush Calendar

Freshman Community Service Award

$1000 is awarded to three members of the incoming freshman class and added to your fall semester’s financial aid. Winning this award will not impact other scholarships.

Requirements:

Write an essay, no more than 600 words long about your involvement in community service and leadership. Attach to your essay a list of the community service and/or leadership activities you have taken part of. Possible essay topics are:

·         Why do you do community service?

·         What do you get from doing community service?

·         How can you make service to others a part of your daily life?

·         How has community service and leadership helped you to grow?

·         Discuss a situation in which you were in a leadership position and had to overcome an obstacle.

·         How do you plan to continue doing community service in the future?

All essays must be received by midnight on Friday, September 13th.  Essays can be emailed to apo@union.rpi.edu, stop by our office or send the essays through inter-campus mail or postal mail to our office.

Any Questions?

Contact our Service Vice President:

Aimee Beaudette

beauda2@rpi.edu