Alpha Gamma Omega

Alpha Gamma Omega

Alpha Gamma Omega is a national, Christ-Centered fraternity. It was founded in 1927 at UCLA, making it one of the oldest national fraternities in the United States that has retained its Christian values.

About Alpha Gamma Omega

Alpha Gamma Omega is a national, Christ-Centered fraternity. It was founded in 1927 at UCLA, making it one of the oldest national fraternities in the United States that has retained its Christian values. There were 12 original charter members, with E. Harlan Fischer appointed as the first president. There are currently eleven active chapters. AGO's Christian sorority counterpart is Alpha Delta Chi and is considered the fraternity's 'sister sorority.' The preamble to the fraternity's constitution is as follows: Believing in the Lord Jesus Christ as our personal savior, we, as Christian young men of Alpha Gamma Omega Fraternity, purpose that it shall be the aim of this fraternity: Alpha Omega, the first name chosen by the Fraternity, was taken from the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ where our Lord says, 'I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending...'

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