Skip to main content
We've detected that you're using an unsupported browser. You may experience issues using the OA website. Please visit our supported browsers page for more information.

Featured News


The NOAC Program Registration Guide is Here!


The NOAC 2024 Planning Committee is excited to announce the release of the NOAC 2024 Program Registration Guide! This guide provides all NOAC attendees with a comprehensive list of program offerings at NOAC 2024.

Activity preferences will become available on April 22 and extend to May 17. These preferences can be indicated through the National Order of the Arrow Event Registration System (NOAERS). If you have any questions or need assistance in this process, your contingent leadership can assist you. A list of featured programs has also been provided below.

Performance Measurement Program Changes

Dear all,

Our OA lodges around the country work hard each year to deliver incredible programs, service, and impact to Scouting and to their communities. Each lodge strives to be the best lodge it can be and to ‘do its best.' 

    Announcements, Policy Updates
Service Beyond Scouting
The Order of the Arrow is an organization with the pillar values of Brotherhood, Cheerfulness and Service. Our Arrowmen both serve their Scouting communities as well as the overarching communities they are a part of. Whether it is helping those who are in need, or being civil servants and leaders in the community, service is a core value of the Order of the Arrow and of Scouting.
    OA Today
Why It Matters: OAHA Testimonial
For years, the Order of the Arrow High Adventure program has served Arrowmen with a cost-effective experience and guaranteed opportunity to leave an impact on the High Adventure bases. Read this article to learn about why OAHA matters and how you can seize the opportunity to make an impact today!
    OA Today
This Month in OA History: March
In this article, take a look back at interesting OA events that occurred in March. These stories further the story of the OA and leave their mark on historical legacy. From the origin of the name “lodge” to E. Urner Goodman’s death, there is a lot to learn!
    OA Today