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  • Alpha Tau Omega
    The Leaders and Best, since 1865
  • What is ATO?
    Alpha Tau Omega is one of the Nation’s, and UofM’s, most historical fraternity
    After having an illustrious 117 years at UofM, the charter was removed in 2005
    Join the efforts to bring this fraternity back to campus, and help rebuild the prestige it once had!
    3 percent of the U.S. is Greek, and of that 3 percent, only 1 percent gets this kind of opportunity
  • National Background
    ATO was founded by Otis Allan Glazebrook, Erskine Mayo Ross and Alfred Marshall, at the Virginia Military Institute in 1865.
    ATO was not established in imitation of or in opposition to any existing fraternity.
    ATO annually ranks among the top ten national fraternities for number of chapters and total number of members. ATO has more than 250 active and inactive chapters with more than 200,000 members and more than 6,500 undergraduate members.
    "Alpha Tau Omega holds before the young men of the country an ideal and something greater than a mere intellectual ideal. Alpha Tau Omega stands for heart as well as head. It has given men a true ideal of life.“
    -Otis Allan Glazebrook
    Otis Allan Glazebrook
  • National Background
    Newsweek announced Alpha Tau Omega as the leader of "The Top Ten of Fraternity Row.”
    ATO was the first fraternity founded after the Civil War in 1865, striving to heal the wounds created by the devastating war and help reunite the North and South.
    Colors: Azure and Gold.
    Nickname: Taus, Alpha Taus, ATOs
    The ATO Crest
  • Local Background
    The Beta Lambda chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was founded at the University of Michigan on December 8, 1888. Seven members were initiated that night, in a second story hall on Main Street in Ann Arbor
    The Beta Lambda Alumni Association (BLAA) was incorporated on May 21, 190
    The chapter house at 1415 Cambridge was constructed in 1929 for Beta Lambda
    ATO circa 1980
  • Local Background
    In 1967, Beta Lambda initiated its 1,000th member
    Beta Lambda won its first True Merit award in 1980 and went on to win the award in seven out of the next ten year
    The Beta Lambda Charter was revoked on April 16, 2005, after 118 years and over 1,700 initiated member
    The original UM ATO house at 1415 Cambridge
  • What the ATO Colony Offers
    Leadership
    Social
    Brotherhood
    Philanthropy
    Academics
    Alumni
    Networking
    Fun
    The ATO Badge
  • Leadership
    The ATO Colony is looking to fill many leadership positions
    Your actions have the ability to change the fraternity for good or bad
    Develop leadership skills for life
    ATO offers many programs to promote leadership
    Check out several offerings @ http://www.ato.org/AlphaTauOmega/LeadershipDevelopment/Altitude.aspx
    BECOME A FOUNDING FATHER OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA
  • Social
    ATO is both a social and leadership fraternity
    One of the great things about being in ATO is getting the chance to meet many Greeks and Non-Greeks
    Mixers, parties, and many other fun ATO events
    Ice-skating with AEPhi
  • Brotherhood
    We do many events together to build a strong bond between us
    Hanging out
    Painting the rock
    Tailgating
    …And much more!
    Red Wings game
    Tigers Game
  • Philanthropy
    Another aspect to ATO is giving back to the community
    Some things we have done are: Relay for Life, NCAA Bracket Pool for the Jalen Rose foundation, Volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House
    We are currently planning a annual campus-wide ATO Signature Philanthropy event
    Relay for Life with AGD and Triangle
    Relay for Life fundraising goal
  • Academics
    At ATO, school also has great importance
    We have brothers in Engineering, Business, and LSA
    Brothers are a great source for school help
    We have rooms reserved in the UGLi every week for brothers to use
  • Alumni
    Many UM ATO graduates loved their time in here, they are very active with the colony
    We have alumni from the ’80s, ‘70s, and even the ‘50s that are involved!
    Resume workshop with Alumni
    Alumni watching Michigan Football
    Another great feature of alumni…
    Cigar night at an Alum’s Restuarant
  • Networking
    According to Forbes.com, there are 7 Fortune 500 CEOs that were in Alpha Tau Omega
    In Southeast Michigan alone, there are over 400 UofM ATO alums
    The national fraternity includes many career resources
    Famous ATOs can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Alpha_Tau_Omega_brothers
    Over 3,000 members in the ATO Linkedin group
  • Fun
    Tailgating!
    Ski Trip
    Our letters engrained in a table at Charley’s
    Watching football with Alumni
    Partying with ATOs at WMU
  • Fun at Greek Week
    ATO’s team placed 2nd last year in Greek Week, with Zeta Tau Alpha and FIJI
    Cheerleaders….
    1st place in Red Bull chariot race!
    Greek Olympics
    Ping pong champs!
    Thank You Cake to Team partner
    Greek Sports
  • Fun Old UofM ATO Photos (Pre-1990)
  • Join ATO!
    Create something legendary!
    Start your own traditions TODAY
    Interested or have any questions? Contact Colony President Ankur Shah at
    ankursha@umich.edu
  • Other Sources
    ATO.org
    UmichATO.com
    Facebook:
    Alpha Tau Omega - Beta Lambda
    Twitter
    @UmichATO