Here's to Alpha Phi Omega, loyal brothers we,
True to self and to each other, firm in loyalty.
Daily working, daily striving, ever more to be
Men of Alpha Phi Omega, our fraternity.
Brothers clasp the hands of brothers, strong the circle we
Ever mindful, ever serving all humanity.
Now we raise our grateful voices in our song to thee:
Men of Alpha Phi Omega, may we always be.
The toast song is the official fraternity song. It is usually sung at the end of all fraternity functions like meetings, ceremonies, conferences, conventions, etc.
The lyrics to the first verse of this song were created in 1931 by Dale Bartlett of Iota chapter at Park College. The second verse was written by Robert Northwood of Epsilon Mu at the University of Maryland and were adopted as part of the Toast Song at the National Convention in 1964.