Welcome to Alpha Phi at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Zeta Phi chapter, MIT's first sorority, was founded in 1984 by a group of accomplished, driven, well-rounded women. Today, we continue to uphold their legacy. As members, we share a commitment to excellence, to our community, and to each other.
For our sisters, Alpha Phi is home at MIT. We support one another in endeavors both inside and outside the classroom. We cheer for each other at sports games and performances, work together in the study before exams, and have baked goods readily available in the kitchen. Had a rough day? A sister will give you a hug and one of these baked goods. Just achieved a great accomplishment? We are here to celebrate with you. This group of women becomes a family and a support system that you have for the rest of your life.
We draw strength from our diversity and depth and have a presence on campus that stretches across every aspect of the university. We are scholars, athletes, dancers, singers, researchers, tutors, volunteers, and more. From club presidents and varsity captains to Rhodes and Truman Scholars, we lead both on campus and in the world. I cannot speak highly enough of the women that make up our chapter. We strive for excellence in all that we do and manage to have fun along the way. I am proud to be an Alpha Phi!
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