Acacia Fraternity

Minnesota Colony. University of Minnesota.

Acacia is a men’s college fraternity founded on May 12, 1904, at the University of Michigan. With dozens of chapters across North America, over 50,000 men have joined our ranks in pursuit of Virtue, Knowledge & Truth.

Built upon these principles – our members serve their communities, pursue academic and professional success, and enjoy lifelong Acacia brotherhood.

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Virtue, Knowledge & Truth

Acacia is a men’s college fraternity founded on May 12, 1904, at the University of Michigan. With dozens of chapters across North America, over 50,000 men have joined our ranks in pursuit of Virtue, Knowledge & Truth.

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Human Service

Human Service. It is more than just Acacia’s motto; it is something that our members put into practice in impressive fashion in numerous ways. From hundreds of hours spent in the community to thousands of dollars raised for noble causes, Acacia brothers find great significance and enjoyment in serving others.

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Join Acacia

Do you know someone that is a good fit for Acacia? Recommend him here! Acacia Fraternity is not the oldest, or the largest, or the most widely known of college fraternities, but our origin is distinctive, and our record distinguished.

FOR ALUMNI

Our membership education programs, house renovations, and scholarships are all thanks to generous donations from alumni like you. Stay in touch with the house and see the positive affect your support has on our Brotherhood.

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NEWS

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Acacia Fraternity Foundation Directors for 2016 – 2019

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Please refer to the following list of bios for those alumni brothers nominated to serve as Acacia Fraternity Foundation Directors for 2016 – 2019. >> Click here to cast your
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Recruit the John El-Way

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This week, one of football’s greatest quarterbacks of all time decided to hang up his cleats and call it complete. After 18 seasons, Peyton Manning retired from the National Football
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Acacia Fraternity Foundation Directors for 2016 – 2019

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The Foundation awarded numerous scholarships over the past year from chapter scholarship programs and the General Fund. The following major scholarship recipients were announced at theWilliam A. Utic Acacia Fraternity
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59th Biennial Conclave Award Winners

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FOUNDERS’ ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (MALCOLM AWARD) – KANSAS STATE SUPERIOR CHAPTER AWARD – PENN STATE OUTSTANDING CHAPTER AWARD – IOWA STATE SPIRIT OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS G.K. Nelson Academic Programming – Iowa State