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Alpha Chi Rho
ΑΧΡ
FoundedJune 4, 1895; 129 years ago (1895-06-04)
Trinity College
TypeSocial
AffiliationNIC
StatusActive
Scopenational
Mission statementAlpha Chi Rho cultivates a lifelong brotherhood where men challenge and inspire each other, through Character, Honor, and Integrity, to improve themselves, their Fraternity, and society.
MottoΑΝΔΡΙΖΕΣΘΕ – "Be Men"
Colors  Garnet
  White
SymbolThe Labarum
Flag
PublicationGarnet & White
Chapters30 active, 4 colonies
NicknameCrows, Crow
HeadquartersR.B. Stewart National Headquarters
109 Oxford Way

Neptune, New Jersey 07753
United States
Websitealphachirho.org

Alpha Chi Rho (ΑΧΡ), commonly known as Crows, Crow, or AXP, is a men's collegiate fraternity founded on June 4, 1895, at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, by the Reverend Paul Ziegler, his son Rev. Carl Ziegler, and Carl's friends William H. Rouse, Herbert T.[1] Sherriff and Rev. William A.D. Eardeley. It is a charter member of the North American Interfraternity Conference, and its national headquarters is R.B. Stewart National Headquarters, located in Neptune, New Jersey. The symbol of the fraternity is the labarum and men of Alpha Chi Rho are commonly called "Crows."

The Revered Fathers of Alpha Chi Rho

Chapters

Main article: List of Alpha Chi Rho chapters

Notable members

Main article: List of Alpha Chi Rho members

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Our History".