Alpha Tau Omega

Description

The Epsilon Nu chapter of Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) was brought to Monmouth’s campus in 1947. Alpha Tau Omega as a national organization was founded on September 11, 1865, by Otis Allan Glazebrook, a young Civil War veteran. He saw the bitterness and hatred that followed the Civil War and knew that a true peace would come not from force of law, but rather from within the hearts of men who were willing to work to rekindle a spirit of brotherly love.

The brothers of ATO promote scholarship, philanthropy, and brotherhood. Their main events of the year are formal, their annual trivia night, and a canned food drive.

The most popular fields of study among the men of ATO are:

  • Biochemistry
  • Physical Education
  • Communications
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Studies and Sustainability

Check out their Instagram.

Visit ATO’s national website.

Contact Info:

President: Isaac Guadarrama ’26 (iguadarrama@monmouthcollege.edu)

Recruitment Chair: Roger Todd ’27 (rtodd@monmouthcollege.edu)

Recent Awards:

  • 2021 Greek Man of the Year (Matt Franciscovich ’21)