Want to join APO at Gettysburg College? This is what you need to know.
Pledging is a semester-long process that new members go through to become active members of the APO brotherhood. There are two semesters of pledging each academic year: one in the fall and one in the spring. During the pledging process you will learn about the history of APO as a national organization and the history of our chapter, Iota Omicron. You will bond with your pledge class, participate in service and social events, and meet other brothers of our chapter.
Alpha Phi Omega - Iota Omicron prohibits hazing of any sort before, during, or after the pledging process.
How to Begin the Pledging Process
Our pledging process is non-selective, meaning it is open to any student of any class year (this includes First-Years) at Gettysburg College.
In order to being your pledging process, we do have an application that you need to fill out and submit to our New Member Chair. This application acknowledges that you are interested in joining the brotherhood and are committed to completing the pledging process and all of its requirements.
We hold Rush Week once a semester, twice a year, usually during the second week of the semester.
Look for more information about Rush Week on our Facebook page!
To become an active brother, you must fulfill pledging requirements throughout the semester that you are pledging.
All requirements are very manageable and most are completed during the pledge meetings.
Scholarships are available for new members and brothers to assist with payment of dues.
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