Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity is the first intercollegiate Greek lettered fraternity for African American men, founded at Cornell University in 1906. While the Fraternity now has hundreds of chapters all around the world, Alpha Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity was established in 1923 at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC as the 36th Chapter in the Fraternity. The College Brothers of AO administer the Fraternity's national programs and host other events sponsored by the chapter from the campus of JCSU. Alumni of Alpha Omicron Chapter are servant leaders in their fields and industries across the country.
Of the seven founders of Alpha Phi Alpha was a Physician, an Agriculture professor, the Executive of a major civil rights organization, an Engineer, a High School Teacher, a US Senate Committee staffer, and an Architect - several of whom were the first to break the color line in their fields. For over 100+ years, across all major industries and sectors, you'll find Alphamen. We are particularly groomed for community development initiatives, and lead broader economic development projects.
Founded by Alpha Omicron Chapter at JCSU, this national program aims to register students to vote on every college campus across the country.
This program aims to improve quality of life for elderly and disabled brothers, their spouses, and widows.
Goals of this program are to promote completion of high school and collegiate education.
This collaborative project provides education to teenage males on healthy relationships, teen pregnancy, and aims to reduce incidence of STD's.