Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega (commonly referred to as APO), a co-ed community service organization, is the largest fraternity in the nation. With its Knox chapter, you can form lifelong friendships and a sense of leadership while simultaneously serving the community.
To be a member, you must perform 10 hours of service and six hours of fellowship each term. But as far as requirements go to join, you only need to love having fun while giving back to those in need. APO members have volunteered locally for Initiative for Girls, Discovery Depot Children's Museum, and the FISH Food Pantry.
- Furthering freedom
- Providing service to humanity
- Promoting friendship among all people
- Having strong leadership
- Care packages for Galesburg firefighters
- Donation drives for blood, food, and clothing
- The annual Run-a-Thon, a 24-hour fundraising event
- The annual "haunted house" in Knox's Auxiliary Gym
- The book co-op every term for students to buy and sell books
- A formal dance at The Kensington ballroom
Every two years, APO members attend national conventions to vote on fraternity policies and attend workshops to further their chapters. Consider joining APO if you'd like to make a difference in the Knox-Galesburg community and beyond.