One of the keynote principles of our chapter is brotherhood. It is the cornerstone on which fraternities rely, and even though some organizations may have lost their sense of companionship and camaraderie among members, the Alpha Iota chapter bleeds strong and unbreakable brotherhood among ours. Together, we hold each other accountable and support all of our members in attaining the highest possible standards of scholarship, leadership, and life.
Although we value fraternity involvement, our chapter encourages all of our brothers to get involved here at Auburn. With hundreds of organizations on campus, there are countless opportunities to meet other students and make a difference in our surrounding communities. We want all of our brothers to have the fullest of college experiences, and campus involvement is an essential component in doing just that.
Campus involvement, we believe, builds stronger character and in return stronger men. We want our brothers to gain lifelong relationships outside of the fraternity circle as well. Through campus involvement, we hope that our members bring positive light to not only our chapter but also Auburn University.
Here is a short list of organizations our brothers are involved in on campus:
Auburn Bass Fishing Team
Auburn University Lacrosse Team
Auburn University Mock Trial Team
Auburn University Student Investment Fund
Beat Bama Food Drive
Camp ASCCA Counselors
Camp War Eagle Counselors
Financial Management Association
High School Leadership Conference
Liberal Arts Career Peer Ambassadors
Office of Professional and Career Development
Student Government Association
The Auburn Plainsman
War Eagle Flying Team
Throughout the year, we host many social events including band & DJ parties, socials with sororities, date parties, and our spring formal in New Orleans, LA.
Over the past year, we’ve had artists such as Corey Smith, Two Friends, Riff Raff, Logan Mize, and DJ Esco perform at our biggest events.
Our date parties include themes, live music, etc. Some of our themes this past year have been everything from Fake Wedding, Wild West, Christmas, and Casino Night.
During one weekend in the Spring Semester, the fraternity takes a trip to New Orleans for our spring formal. The weekend consists of exploring New Orleans on Friday night and Saturday during the day, and then we hold the formal at either a club on Bourbon Street or a Riverboat.
During the Auburn football and basketball seasons, we hold weekly tailgates at the house before the games, which include homemade BBQ, live music, mechanical bulls, and any other tailgate necessities one needs.
At home games, our fraternity has reserved block seating on the lower level of the Stadium in the heart of the student section.
Whether the football game is right down the road in Tuscaloosa, six hour drive to Baton Rouge, or a even a plane flight away to Dallas, our brothers travel together in numbers to cheer on the Tigers.
And of course when the Tigers win, our brothers, like most of the Auburn family, flock to Toomer’s Corner to participate in one of the best victory traditions in all of sports.