Why Us? We’re an organization that will challenge every aspect of your college life. You will learn how to become a leader in your school, your community and in the world you enter after college. You will create bonds that will last a lifetime and meet people who will leave a lasting impression. We life extends far beyond the reach of your school. With chapters across the country, you will have a chance to network with brothers from all over, bringing with it many opportunities, both during your time as an active and when you become an alumnus. The road to becoming a is not easy, but the rewards are well worth it.
But it’s not all hard work.
We have fun and lots of it. World renowned for their social gatherings and being also carries with it a strong sense of pride and a reputation of being a well rounded individual. It takes a certain type of man to, someone who wants to become a leader among men.
Perhaps that’s you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Should I attend all the rush events?
A: If you are serious about joining a great fraternity , you are definitely encouraged to attend all rush events from beginning to end. The events are set for you to learn about the chapter that you will belong to. Whether it is pizza night or bowling night, the brothers of the chapter will be there to answer any questions that you may have about the fraternity or the chapter. It is an opportunity for both you and the brothers of the chapter to get to know each other better. Ask questions and just be you.
Q: How is this going to impact my schooling?
A: What you put into an activity is what you are going to get from an activity. You should definitely care about what you are about to join. But at the same time, do not forget why you are at school Study, Study, Study Just find the balance in life to have a rewarding college life both socially and academically.
Q: Do I have to be Asian to join?
A: No. We are an Asian American interest fraternity that focuses on the promotion of Asian American awareness. We accept members of every ethnicity, race, religion, and creed.
The primary landmark of our fraternity is service to the community, particularly the Asian American community. As a fraternity, we provide philanthropy for worthy causes through service and charity. Our national philanthropy is the Asian American Donor Program an agency of the National Marrow Donor Program.
The is a community non-profit organization geared towards saving lives. Asians are desperately needed to register as potential marrow/stem cell donors. Many Asian children and adults with life treatening blood diseases need a stem cell transplant in order to survive. Their best hope for matched donors are those within their Asian community. You could be a “miracle match” and save a life by registering as a potential donor.
Not only do we actively raise support for the national organizations, we do the same for the Asian American community here in New York. In addition to participating in Habitat for Humanity, the 2nd Mile Program (a home for displaced youths) and the Red Cross, our fraternity seeks to increase unity inside the Asian American Community. Furthermore, we are dedicated in promoting Asian American awareness on our campus as a whole.
On top of the we also do many other types of service events.