Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Zeta Phi Chapter

Founded In Service, Distinguished by Integrity, Bound by Brotherhood



"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."         

-Mohandas K. Gandhi


 Service is the keystone of Alpha Phi Omega. We are the  the only Greek organization whose drive is service, and this is the reason why it is
the largest undergraduate collegiate organization in the United States of America.
Since its inception on May 29,1948, Zeta Phi has received much praise for all the wonderful work and continues to place campus and community at number one priority.

Among the many activities in our history of service, service to the campus includes: aiding in freshman orientation, ushering at assemblies and other special functions, Campus Clean-Ups, and hosting programs such as relationship forums and AIDS testing.  

Our service to the community includes, but is not limited to the following: Volunteering at Emmaus Services for the Elderly, hosting "Halloween Day" at Amidon Elementary School, Spending time with young adults with disabilites at Phase 11 Academy, Donating our time to underprivelaged children at SouthEast Whitehouse, Helping at the Homeless Walk, Collecting Clothing for S.O.M.E (So Others Might Eat), organizing a MLK Day Service project, and more.

As long as there is someone in need, Zeta Phi Brothers and Alpha Phi Omega will do all they can to alleviate their need and bless them with their selfless service.