Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity

Alpha Tau Omega


Alpha Tau Omega

Kappa Lambda Chapter

Founded: September 11, 1865
Nickname: A T O’s
Colors: Azure and Old Gold
Symbol: Heraldic Cross Pattee
Open Motto:
πι εψιλον πι

The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was founded on February 15th 2008 at Grand Valley State University. As the first fraternity built on Christian rather than Greek principles, Alpha Tau Omega emphasize building strong relationships among brothers, as well as within the community.

In its short existence, the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity has focused efforts on

ATO Bid Day forming a strong identity on the Grand Valley campus through academics, athletics and diverse participation in the community. Through these opportunities the fraternity seeks no greater goal than the elevation of man.

Membership in the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity offers young men the opportunity to cultivate their lives through brotherhood and compassion. To not only teach men to manage their time, organize tasks and set goals, but allow them the opportunities to put these skills into action. The Alpha Tau Omega offers young men the chance, through brotherhood, to become something more than they ever could be alone and to transform their college experience into a life experience.

President: Tyler Dunham
For more information, please visit our chapter website

ATO at Habitat for Humanity



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