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The National Fraternity is the power by virtue of which local Chapters exist; it brings to any one of them the collective strength of all the Chapters. It is the guarantee of unity of purpose and ideas without which each Chapter would be exposed to local pressures that would ultimately make it a mere local club.

It also provides many valuable services to each Chapter – services that Chapters would find difficult or impossible to provide for themselves.

We should never forget that each of us is an integral part of the total that is called "national." What we get out of it may be in direct proportion to what we put into it, not in dollars and cents, but in brotherhood and other benefits. The finest testimony to the success of Alpha Gamma Rho cannot be told; it must be demonstrated because it lies in the hearts and minds of our Brothers; men who share together the intensity of learning, friendship, leadership, and fellowship that is Alpha Gamma Rho.

--From the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity Golden Crescent

All members of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity are encouraged to be involved in the fraternity at the chapter and national levels. Of course, it is also recommended that they become involved with their community and university.

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Ways undergraduates
are involved on campus:

  • Interfraternity Council
  • Student Government
  • Collegiate FFA
  • Livestock, Dairy and Meats Judging Teams
  • Intramural Athletics
  • Club Athletics
  • Collegiate Athletics
  • Departmental Councils (Ag Council, College of Business Council)
  • Departmental Clubs (Young Cattleman's, Block and Bridle, etc.)
  • Homecoming Committee
  • Homecoming court nominees
  • Marching Band
  • Academic Honor Societies (Order of Omega, Alpha Zeta, etc.)
  • Mortar Board

Ways AGRs are involved
in their local community:

  • Big Brother Program
  • Local Community Service Projects
  • Volunteer Athletic Coaches
  • Volunteer Athletic Referees
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • American Cancer Society
  • Local Rodeo and Livestock Show Volunteers
  • Special Olympics Volunteers
  • Volunteers at Local Churches
  • American Red Cross
  • Make-a-Wish Foundation
  • Children's Miracle Network




     

Other ways to get involved
in your community
:

  • Local 4-H and Extension clubs and committees
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Rotary, Elks, and other community fraternal organizations
  • Adopt a Street/Highway
  • Donate and volunteer for Bread Basket/Food Pantry/Open Door/Salvation Army
  • YMCA/Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • K-12 school functions and fund raisers