"Our Fraternity will continue
to offer America what it most needs -- future
leaders who care, who want to become part
of the solution, who know they can make a
difference, and who realize that service to
others is a value worth sharing."
A Schroeder, Past National President, 1990-1994
Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed National Service
Fraternity. Founded in 1925 on the principles
of the Boy Scouts of America, Alpha Phi Omega
(or APO) maintains an active presence on college
campuses around the United States, and the world.
Each person wishing to become a member of Alpha
Phi Omega at the University of Michigan must
meet a few requirements during the term that
they join. Once membership is obtained, each
brother must perform 20 service hours split
up among more than 3 projects and join a committee.