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, social 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 becomes a surrogate home and supportive network at MIT. We watch movies in our parlor, bake in our kitchen, and hang out on our roof deck. Dread a long night of studying for an exam? The study is filled with sisters to help. Look to the audience during a sister's performance? Alpha Phis are there cheering. Had a rough day? A sister will give you a hug. Just achieved a great accomplishment? We are here to celebrate with you.
We draw strength from our diversity and depth. Alpha Phis hail from New York to Los Angeles, from Hawaii to Alaska, from London to Dubai. We are scholars, athletes, dancers, volunteers, tutors, TAs, researchers, fashonistas, world travelers, rock climbers, skiiers, and more. From club presidents and varsity captains to Rhodes and Truman Scholars, we lead both on campus and in the world. I am proud to be an Alpha Phi!
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Friday June 7th
Congratulations to all of our seniors! We couldn't be prouder of you.