With an infinite vision of an organization encompassing the ideals of scholarship, manly deeds, and love for all mankind, our seven founders, whom we respectfully call the "Jewels," aspired to bring forth a fraternity dedicated to social purpose and social action. Currently, Alpha Phi Alpha continues to grow and push for these ideals with such nationally mandated programs as "Project Alpha," "Go To High School, Go To College," "A Voteless People Is A Hopeless People," and others, which are maintained on both the undergraduate and graduate level as well.
On April 4, 1970, nine determined and brilliant young college men discussed ideas of laying the framework for an organization that would indeed enhance the campus life of Augusta University and Paine College. After consultation with various key individuals throughout the State of Georgia, they were successful in their task. Thus, the Eta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was born.
|Cornell University on December 4, 1906
AUGUSTA UNIVERSITY FOUNDING
|April 4, 1970
|Black & Old Gold
|Great Sphinx of Giza
|First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All
|March of Dimes
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