Tulsa Senior Recognized for Leadership by National Fraternity Trade Association

It was recently announced that Dominic J. “Dom” Lupo (Mu–Tulsa ’19) would be one of eight recipients of the 2021 Undergraduate Award of Distinction by the North American Interfraternity Conference. This recognition seeks to recognize fraternity men who have found in their experience an outlet for developing as both a leader and a better man. The recipients are those who embody the values of their fraternity and expect the same from those with whom they associate.

Under Dominic Lupo’s leadership, his KA chapter has not only grown but has continued to achieve excellence. Having held numerous officer positions, including New Member Educator, Vice President and President, and, as a triple major in finance, economics and political science, Lupo’s involvement, leadership and academic expectations of himself and the chapter aided them in achieving numerous prestigious Kappa Alpha Order awards as well as attaining their highest ever chapter GPA in its nearly century-long history. A student involved in not only Greek life, but the club Rugby team, Student Association Senate, honor societies, and an Eagle Scout, Lupo is a brother whose presence in the Tulsa community has encouraged students to start making real change concerning risk behavior and education as well as the establishment of a strategic plan to promote the success of his peers and community.