Alpha Omega Fraternity is an organization that exists to equip its members with leadership and life skills unavailable from classroom learning. AOs form exceptionally tight bonds of brotherhood that commonly last throughout their lifetimes. The Fraternity takes pride in the success of its graduates, which have included Corporate CEOs and Presidents, A-List Hollywood actors, nationally-known coaches and NFL players, senior educational leaders, attorneys, physicians, a U.S. Senator and Doane's only Rhodes Scholar. Founded in 1897, the focus and practices of Alpha Omega were refined in 2012 to better reflect the current Greek environment and enhance the AO experience for its student-members. Membership is open to Doane's male students based on unanimous selection by its current members.
Advisors: Nancy Murphy & Margaret Watts
President: Nathan Cochnar