Alpha Phi Alpha
The EtaMu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was
founded at the University of Houston
on April 17,1971. Since its inception,
157 men have become apart of this
very elite group of individuals.
Today, Eta Mu has an active
membership of fifty -two men who are
constantly striving to uphold the
Fraternity's motto of "First of All,
Servants of All, We Shall Transcend
Through actively participating in community service endeavors,
the Jack Yates High School
Mentorship Program, Kashmere Gardens Community Center, Reading for
the Blind, Shape Community Center,
Adopt- A- Grandparent Program,
Project Paint-A-House, Operation
Clean-Sweep, Bellerive Nursing
Home, Grimes Elementary School,
Cullen Middle School TAAS Tutorial,
and Project Alpha, just to name a few.
Some fields of academic study
among Eta Mu men include pharmacy, law, public health administration, engineering, marketing & advertising, finance, accounting, man
agement &information systems, political science, chemistry, psychology, and
medicine. Many of the Eta Mu men are
currently on academic scholarship.
Most of the chapter members
have acquired memberships in honorary societies, as leadership positions in
various campus organization.
The organization sponsored
their Eleventh Annual Miss Black &
Gold Pageant, Eta Mu continues to
serve the campus and the community,
while striving to strengthen themselves as an organization. With the
pageant, the Eta Mu chapter continues
to hold up its fraternal ideal of "respecting womanhood." Their contributions
will be preserved as Alpha Phi Alpha
will endure as a "sanctuary for scholars
and rendezvous for fratters."
Members of the Eta Mu Chapter of Alpha Phi
Alpha step for hundreds of students in the Pit Jam
held in front of the Satellite. Photo by Cesar Alvarez.
Alpha Phi Alpha member shows great emotion as
he leads his brothers at the beginning of the Pit
Jam. Photo by Cesar Alvarez.
Members of Alpha Phi Alpha. Photo by Cesar Alvarez
Alpha Phi Alpha