Bring the whole family for a day in the heart of Rochester as we visit the Rochester Science Museum.
Check in and start the weekend with happy hour and games for all.
Convention business including workshops, National Board updates, and Fraternal Activities will take place throughout the day. Lunch will be provided
Join us in celebrating 25 years of the Beta Chapter including speakers, history, and this years awards for the National organization. Banquet style food will be served along with open bar throughout the night.
Close out the weekend with a national community service in the morning. More details to come.
About the Event
Latino America Unida, Lambda Alpha Upsilon Fraternity was founded on December 10th, 1985 at the University at Buffalo when sixteen men formed a support group to provide a social and cultural outlet for students of Latin American descent. The university’s Greek system lacked an organization dedicated to the needs of the Latino community. To meet those needs, the group chose to pursue recognition as the first Latino-oriented Greek-letter organization on campus. The founding fathers represented various ethnic backgrounds, demonstrating the diversity of the Latin American community. The unity realized by these men became the foundation upon which the fraternity was established.
The Beta chapter of Lambda Alpha Upsilon Fraternity Incorporated was chartered on April 17, 1993 when five outstanding Latino students from the Rochester Institute of Technology were inducted into the fraternity. Through their dedication and hard work, they formed a bond within themselves and established the foundation of a new and unique brotherhood at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Over the past 25 years, our chapter and national organization have grown our brotherhood in pursuit of metas to support and promote our communities. This years celebration is a look back at where we have come as a chapter, a celebration of where we are as an organization, and a look forward to where we will grow in the future.