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Alpha Tau Omega is America's Leadership Development fraternity, and the first National, social fraternity ever founded. The Epsilon Omicron chapter was founded at Oklahoma State University on May 24, 1947.


   Alpha Tau Omega is a fraternity founded on Christian principles rather than traditional Greek ideals. Being a member of Alpha Tau Omega is, above all else, about the brotherhood. We are brothers by deliberate choice and no matter what you need, you will always have a brother who will be there for you. 


Known as “America’s Leadership Development Fraternity,” Alpha Tau Omega is also a fraternal leader in developing character and principle-based programs, helping you develop into the man you would like to become.  Our success is proven and is evidenced by our chapter being awarded the ATO Top Chapter Award for 2014, as well as Runner-Up for 2015.  With required study hours, dry pledgeship, and a house full of like-minded individuals, you're sure to succeed and have a great college experience in Alpha Tau Omega. 


At Alpha Tau Omega, we are known for our heavy on-campus and off-campus involvement. With active members volunteering at local churches, youth groups, as well as campus driven community benefits, it is clear to see that ATO places heavy emphasis on giving back to the community. Along with all the activities always going on around the house, we participate heavily in intramurals and shows such as: Freshman Follies, Varsity Revue, and Spring Sing. We also hold a monthly brotherhood event where we do something greater than our weekly events, such as going camping, float trips, or traveling to other ATO chapters around the nation to watch OSU football. Socially, we host date parties, and participate in many philanthropic events with other Greek houses.  Every Spring, we hold our ATO formal date party outside of Stillwater. In 2013, we traveled to New Orleans, and last year we went to Austin, Texas. Formal is a great way for our brotherhood to have a great time making memories outside of Stillwater. 


Every member of ATO at Oklahoma State University will tell you that they are exactly where they belong. We are brothers for life, and we are here to help each other become the best men that we can. If you feel like ATO might be your home, feel free to contact us; we take pledge classes in both the fall and spring semesters. Come be apart of the greatest brotherhood on campus, and in the nation. 


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