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Alpha Phi Omega


Alpha Phi Omega is a national society focused on fostering leadership skills and community service. The fraternity was founded in 1925 and follows the principles of the Boy Scouts of America. Until 1967, membership was restricted to current and former Scouts. Membership opened to women in 1976. A local chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was established at the Municipal University of Omaha in 1934.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Alpha Phi Omega Charter, 1934

 Item — Box: OU Honorary Society Charters [1], Volume: 1
Scope and Contents Charter for University of Omaha honorary society Alpha Phi Omega (1934).
Dates: Other: 1934