Alpha Gamma Rho (Α Γ Ρ)
BETA UPSILON CHAPTER
FOUNDED: 1908, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
ORIGINALLY CHARTERED AT DELAWARE: 1992
COLORS: DARK GREEN
FLOWER: PINK ROSE
SYMBOL: Sickle and Sheaf
NATIONAL WEBSITE: www.alphagammarho.org
Alpha Gamma Rho is a social fraternity for men with professional interests in Food, Fiber, and Life Sciences. However, we are not restricted to those majors. AGR enhances the social, professional, moral, and physical development of our brothers by providing quality programming, alumni networking, group living, and a home-away-from home environment. AGR stands as a pillar in University Community, known for academic performance, down-home hospitality, and developing quality leaders.
Alpha Gamma Rho isn't like other fraternities. In AGR you'll get the opportunity to experience both a social and a professional fraternity.
- AGR does what you expect a social fraternity to do: socialize with other students on campus, participate with all Inter- Fraternity Council events as well as other fraternity events, and people in the community.
- AGR is also a professional fraternity. We offer professional development workshops, alumni networking, as well as Leadership Seminars held all over the nation.
- No Timefor Pledging??? Neither do we, at AGR there's no pledging. You join as an equal member. What is good for a freshman is good for a senior.
We get you ready for the real world.
Because AGR is a professional fraternity, we are concerned with promoting your career development during your college years and after graduation. We offer: Regional career seminars for undergraduates; internships through alumni contacts; job networking; and alumni associations with informative ag programming. It's a tough world out there, but thousands of AGR members worldwide are there to help you succeed.
AGR plays hard, too.
If all of this sounds like a lot of serious work, don't worry. AGR knows how to have a great deal of fun. Camping and fishing trips, tailgates, formals, hayrides, national conferences, chapter retreats and other events contribute to the continuing social development of our members.
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