FAQs

FAQs

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History of Alpha Phi Alpha (1)

When was Alpha Phi Alpha Founded?

Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans, was founded December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York by seven college men who recognized the need for a strong bond of Brotherhood among African descendants in this country.

Delta Lambda Foundation (1)

Is the DLF Outreach Center available for rental?

Yes. For a nominal fee, the Delta Lambda Foundation Outreach Center is available for rental. For more information call (410) 233-5032.

Beautillion Program (1)

Do you provide mentors for young men?

Delta Lambda chapter sponsors an annual Beautillion program designed to focus on preparing our young men as they transition to college. While we do not currently have the capacity to implement a larger scale program, in conjunction with Big Brothers / Big Sisters, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity encourages our members to participate as a “Big” for a young person. You can obtain information regarding BB/BS of Greater Chesapeake by calling (410) 243-4000.

DLF Outreach Center (2)

Is the DLF Outreach Center available for rental?

Yes. For a nominal fee, the Delta Lambda Foundation Outreach Center is available for rental. For more information call (410) 233-5032.

Who can lease office space within the Outreach Center?

Occasionally, the Delta Lambda Foundation Outreach Center has office space available for lease. For more information please call (410) 233-5032.

Youth Activities (1)

Do you provide mentors for young men?

Delta Lambda chapter sponsors an annual Beautillion program designed to focus on preparing our young men as they transition to college. While we do not currently have the capacity to implement a larger scale program, in conjunction with Big Brothers / Big Sisters, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity encourages our members to participate as a “Big” for a young person. You can obtain information regarding BB/BS of Greater Chesapeake by calling (410) 243-4000.