Is a national, social, and professional co-ed fraternity for students of Architecture and the Allied Arts.
Of Alpha Rho Chi was founded in 1922 at the University of Southern California, making it one of the oldest chapters in the fraternity.

Currently, Andronicus has 34 active members that range from freshmen to graduate students. We are a group of dedicated Trojans interested in architecture and its related fields.

We are heavily involved with the USC School of Architecture, especially when it comes to assisting freshmen with their transition into architecture-student-culture. In addition to Roark Day, we provide the freshmen class with software tutorials, tours of the school, Q&A panels, and donuts during
final design charretts.
The Shankland-Andronicus Chapter House (SARCH) has been our home for over 50 years and has stood at 715 W. 28th Street since its construction in 1896.

The house is a place for active members to live, work, and socialize. It is also equipped with plotters, 3D printers, a woodshop, and an architecture library.
What is "Recruitment"?
Recruitment season at the Andronicus Chapter occurs once a semester, typically during the first 2-3 weeks of the term. During this time, we host many social and educational events that give you the opportunity to meet the members of APX and possibly learn a thing or two! Attending these events is the first step to joining.
Why should you?
These events are free, transportation is provided, and anyone can show up. Besides the fun events like Broomball (by far the best sport ever invented), we also offer serious opportunities to assist your architectural education. Contact our Rush Chair if you’re interested and see this year’s calendar of events below.

Chris Behling

Rush Chair
David Garey

APX Andronicus
715 W. 28 ST. Los Angeles, CA