ATO Re-Establishing Iota Pi Chapter
COLONY (Appalachian State) — On October 10th, 2011 Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) began redevelopment of the Iota Pi Chapter at Appalachian State University. After a brief hiatus from campus (the Chapter closed in 2008), ATO is ready to return stronger than ever.
This Fall, Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) will begin redevelopment of the Iota Pi Chapter at Appalachian State University. After a brief hiatus from campus (the Chapter closed in 2008), ATO is ready to return stronger than ever.
As America’s Leadership Development Fraternity, ATO provides a great opportunity for men who are looking for a true fraternal experience. Since 1865, Alpha Tau Omega has been a provider of amazing personal growth potential, life-changing brotherhood, outstanding scholarship rewards and unlimited leadership development. More than 205,000 men h ave become ATOs and taken advantage of an experience like nothing else.
Two members of the National Fraternity’s expansion team will be on-campus for the next 30 days recruiting men to become Founding Fathers of ATO’s newest start-up (known as a Colony). They will be conducting one-on-one interviews with potential members, hosting social recruitment events and participating in on-campus activities to help spread the word about ATO’s return.
Being a Founding Father is a privileged and unique opportunity to join a national fraternity without being a pledge and to immediately create your own traditions and experience. Members are literally building the fraternity on-campus from the ground up.
Take a moment to check out ATO and share this information with your friends. There is no obligation by attending any of the information sessions – it’s just a great way to learn about the organization, meet National Fraternity staff and ATO alumni from the area to determine if you’re interested in creating your own Fraternity experience.
For more information about Alpha Tau Omega or any of the events at Appalachian State, contact: William Filmore 317-956-6870 or Jordan Fischette 317-850-6522.