Congratulations to Brother Fredrick Evans for recently receiving the Excellence in Leadership award at the 2020 Phillips-Perry Black Excellence awards! #Alphaslead

Brother Tre’tel Ingram of Beta Epsilon was awarded the Student University Activities Board MVP. Brother Ingram served as President of SUAB this academic year. SUAB is the premiere programming body at NC A&T in charge of major events such as Homecoming and Aggiefest.

Brother Christopher Lyles Jr. of Beta Epsilon was awarded the Student Organization President of the Year award as well as Greek Man of the Year. During this year Brother Lyles served a the Chapter President of Beta Epsilon and received the honors from the vote of the Student Body Presidents and Greek Community.


Brothers Cedric James and Johnathan Nail were elected President and Vice President of the Black Law Students Association at Wake Forest University.

Cedric James

Johnathan Nail

Tobias FloydBrother Tobias Floyd (Epsilon Zeta, Spring ’19) has been accepted into the Southern Region Jewel Internship Program in the Delta Class of Jewel Interns.

The Southern Region’s Jewel Internship Program is designed to provide collegiate brothers the opportunity to experience leadership by assisting in the successful execution of Regional activities. One ultimate goal of this experience is to build confidence of the classroom as they envision their own professional future. The Jewel Intern will be provided event registration, lodging and meals.

College Brothers: Join Assistant District Director Isaiah Funderburk for this important town hall meeting on Thursday April 23, 2020

College Brothers, please contact your Assistant Area Directors for a Zoom login invitation.

Brother Solomon

Victor Solomon, Spring 2020 initiate of the Beta Epsilon chapter has been elected Mr. A&T as part of the The 2020-2021 Student Government Association Administration. Congratulations to Brother Solomon


Brother Miles Palmore-Middleton, President of Xi Eta, and Speaker of the House at WFU, was elected Student Body President at Wake Forest University. Read More.


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Bro. Korwind Z. Stokes is Minister, Musician, Composer, Songwriter, Recording Artist, Educator and Scholar. He is a native of Danville, Virginia, an honor graduate of the North Carolina Central University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music.

He received a Master of Arts in Music and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Liberty University graduating with High Distinction. He is currently a doctoral student at the Rawlings School of Divinity at Liberty University.

Bro. Stokes is a Life Member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and is a member of the Epsilon Chi Lambda Chapter, Elizabeth City, NC.

In addition to his affiliation with the fraternity, as well as a doctoral student and a music educator, he serves as the Director of Music and Worship at the Orange Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Durham, NC where he is also an associate minister of the Gospel.


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This period of social isolation imposed by federal and state government in response to the corona virus has created a unique opportunity for the Divine Nine.

In consideration of this, we will utilize technology to ensure the impact of our unity is still felt on May 13th.

With consideration to the health and safety of all participants we are altering the format to a VIRTUAL 2020 Divine Nine Legislative Day scheduled for the same day May 13th, 2020.