75th Anniversary Southwestern Regional Convention (Hybrid)
Little Rock, Arkansas
April 22- 24th
Marriott Hotel and Statehouse Convention Center
MOVING FORWARD: Elevating Alpha Through Service
Brothers of the Southwestern Region:
We are a little over a month left before the 75th Southwestern Regional Convention in Little Rock, Arkansas April 22- 24th.
Have you registered?
Registration can be accessed through your Alpha Mx account: https://my.apa1906.net/
Virtual Registration Options:
College Non-Delegate- $125
Alumni Non-Delegate- $150
College Delegate: $150
Alumni Delegate- $250
Senior Brother- $75
College Neophytes (Virtual Only)- $75
Alumni Neophytes (Virtual Only)- $100
Senior Brothers- $150
College Delegate- $150
Alumni Delegate- $250
**Delegates may appear in-person or virtual**
**All neophytes (Initiated FA'20 and SPR '21) will have a virtual registration option only.**
Little Rock Marriott Hotel- $139
The Deadline is March 31, 2021
Below is the reservation link your guests can use to make reservations:
Book your group rate for ALPHA PHI ALPHA 2021
Little Rock Marriott
3 Statehouse Plaza
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Brothers, we look forward to seeing you at the 75th Southwestern Regional Convention.
Alpha Southwestern Region
Welcome to Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated's Southwestern Region website and thank you for taking the time to visit. The SouthWest Region is composed of the great states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. The Region is committed to being change agents in our communities by implementing the National Programs/Special Projects mandated by the Fraternity’s Corporate Headquarters as well as implementing programs based on the needs of the communities we serve. As members of our great Fraternity, we are charged to hold the light high, and we are committed to doing so across the region. Since its founding on December 4, 1906, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has supplied voice and vision to the struggle of African-Americans and people of color around the world.
Alpha Phi Alpha chapters were established at other colleges and universities, many of them historically black institutions, soon after the founding at Cornell. The first Alumni Chapter was established in 1911. While continuing to stress academic excellence among its members, Alpha also recognized the need to help correct the educational, economic, political, and social injustices faced by African-Americans.