Alpha Kappa Lambda


Chapter: Xi

Nickname: AKL

Nationally Founded: April 22, 1914

Locally Founded: April 26, 1953

Major Philanthropy: The Food Bank for Northeast and Central Missouri, These Hands Don’t Hurt

President: Matt Hartmann, 573-987-8212

Recruitment Chair: Noah Higgins, (660) 956-6858

Members: 5


Address: 601 E Patterson

Phone: 314-322-1856

Instagram: @akl_xi

Alpha Kappa Lambda is a national social fraternity founded on Judeo-Christian principles of ladership, sholarship, loyalty, ad self support. Founded in 1914 in Los Angeles by a group of men named “Los Amigos.” Less than forty years later the Xi Chapter was founded at Northeast Missouri, now Truman State.

As one of the first social fraternities on campus we hae some of the longest standing tradition and largest alumni networks. For over half a century AKL has continued to be an education and social outletfor students who want to participate in everything to philanthropic work to intramurals. We raise money annually for the American Cancer Association, the local area food bank, and for “These Hands Don’t Hurt.”

We pride ourselves on the leadership and quality we show in other organizations around campus as well as keeping on e the strongest brotherhoods offered. The brotherhood of our Xi chapter comes from our diversity and closeness. We have one of the newest and biggest fraternity houses at Truman State that gives brothers the chance to live together and form true family bonds. We hope that you will come see for yourself just how little this article does our fraternity justice.