Alpha Kappa Lambda returns to FHSU

Alpha Kappa Lambda letters

03/01/16 sds
HAYS, Kan. -- Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity has returned to Fort Hays State University.

Founded in 1914 at the University of California, Berkeley, the fraternity initiates men of good standing with respectable GPAs and values. AKL looks at five essential trademarks in potential members: Judeo-Christian principles, leadership, scholarship, loyalty and self-support. AKL has more than 40 chapters and 27,000 alumni.

"Our ideal member has a GPA above a 2.8, is a member of other organizations on campus, and above all, has the desire to leave a legacy of greatness with our fraternity and the university," said Jeremy Roberson, chapter services consultant of AKL at FHSU.

In addition to Roberson, five men have been selected as founding fathers of AKL:

Arriba, Colo.: Adam Daniel, sophomore.

Aurora, Neb.: TJ Dozier, junior.

Cozad, Neb.: Bryce Nemeth, freshman.

Ellis: Tyler Walters, junior.

Hays: Curtis Renz, freshman.

AKL has already hosted a service event, Campus Clean Up, since returning to campus. The event took place on Feb. 14.

To learn more about Alpha Kappa Lambda, contact Jeremy Roberson at jroberson@akl.org, Jacob Ternes, coordinator of student involvement and Greek life, at jaternes@fhsu.edu or visit www.fhsu.edu/greek.

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