Welcome to the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at Truman State University. The Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was founded on December 13, 1927 by ten young men, who were all former scouts. Ever since, Epsilon has been a leader both at the national level of the fraternity, and on the campus of Truman. Some of the service projects that Epsilon has worked on in its first fifty years included running Red Cross drives, putting up squirrel boxes on campus, being tour guides for visit days, and helping out at registration.
Epsilon is one of the strongest organizations on the Truman State University
campus. It is also the largest non-honor group on Truman's campus, with over
200 members. Epsilon's service program now includes the Red Cross Blood Drives,
Camp Silver Meadows, YMCA, Ray Miller, and Twin Pines Retirement Community.
Epsilon also hosts a philanthropy event every fall and St. Baldricks in the
spring! Through friendship and service, Epsilon is poised to lead the
Kirksville and Truman communities into the twenty-first century.