About Alpha Epsilon Phi

Our motto: Multa corda, una causa. Many hearts, one purpose.

 AEPhi was founded by seven Jewish women at Barnard College in New York on October 24, 1909 who had a dream of forming a sorority where exceptional women of all backgrounds, religions, interests and varying beliefs would be welcomed with open arms. This sorority would endeavor to foster lifelong friendship and sisterhood, academics, social involvement and community service, all the while providing a home away from home for its members.

The dream that was born in a dorm room at Barnard College in 1909 continues to succeed, prosper and thrive on over 50 college and university campuses nationwide. AEPhi welcomes with open arms hundreds of new members each year and seeks not only to live up to the ideals and goals of its original founders, but also to exceed them.

Alpha Epsilon Phi is a national sorority dedicated to helping women become the best they can be. We prize individuality, encouraging each member to discover and develop the talents and abilities that make her unique. 

But just as we value individuality, we also prize togetherness, fostering friendships and a sense of belonging that last a lifetime. When you're an AEPhi, you'll find there's always a sister to laugh when you laugh, to listen when you talk, to lend a hand and be there for you.

One of a kind, all together -- that's AEPhi!