It's a service fraternity. When most people think of fraternities, they think of social fraternities, in which the greatest emphasis is placed upon a sense of belonging to a social  group.  Under the guiding principles of leadership, friendship, and service, Alpha Phi Omega provides service to the community by donating time and effort to various organizations and causes along with gaining the benefits of a Brotherhood and sense of solidarity in a group.

It's open to anyone looking to serve others. First of all, even though we are technically a fraternity, membership in Alpha Phi Omega is not open only to men. You can even be in another social fraternity or sorority. The only criterion is that you have an earnest desire to help out those that need it, meet the college's GPA requirement, and attend at least two (2) rush events. One Service event and one of any other category.  

It's a national organization. It's not only here that students have the opportunity to join this great organization. In fact, Alpha Phi Omega is the largest co-ed service fraternity in the world, with more than 256,000 members on 687 campuses across the nation. Interested in joining? Contact our Vice President of Membership at the contact below!

It's the only service fraternity on campus.
We are students at Oswego State University, located in Oswego, NY about 30 miles north of Syracuse, NY. The Epsilon Nu chapter of SUNY Oswego was originally founded in 1947 and then rechartered in 1990. Since then, brothers past and present have changed the way service is performed.

Executive Board

Chapter President
Mary Buske
Office Hours: Mondays 8-9pm 

Vice President of Service
Kyerstan Langdon
Office Hours: Thursdays 1-2pm

Vice President of Membership
Karman Feng
Office Hours: Wednesdays 3-4pm

Vice President of Fellowship
Stephanie Timpe
Office Hours: Mondays 4-5pm

Austin Fraiser
Office Hours: 

Victoria Costa
Office Hours: Mondays 12:30-1:30pm

New Member Educator
Anna Gillule
Office Hours: Mondays 1-2pm

**All office hours are held virtually (phone calls, text messages, email), we will also accommodate requests to meet in person at those times or you can contact us and make an appointment to meet outside of scheduled office hours**