Acacia is an international men's fraternity that was founded on May 12, 1904 at the University of Michigan as a fraternity for Masons. Although its membership is now open to anyone, each chapter still maintains strong ties with the local Mason chapter. Acacia is unique as it is the only international greek fraternity that has chosen a greek word for its name rather than a combination of greek letters. Acacia is from the greek word "akakia," meaning "everlasting."
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Acacia International Fraternity
Official site contains information about contacts, history, founders, mission, international council, foundation, and notable members. Site also includes chapter list, news, discussion, merchandise, rush recommendation form, and members-only community.
Acacia - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Rensselaer Chapter
Chapter history, current events, members-only community, virtual tour of the house, members, and alumni information.
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