Our chapter is composed of friendly, ambitious, and talented women. Individually, our sisters boast incredible personal accomplishments, including academic, athletic, and philanthropic endeavors. We are driven leaders, scholars and contributors in the classrooms and community. At Alpha Phi-Zeta Phi, we look to bring out the best in ourselves and each other.
Alpha Phis can be found all over campus and in the community, as we are involved with over 70 clubs and activities on campus, with executive members for a majority of these activities. Alpha Phi's are very active with research at MIT, whether UROPing during the semester or in the summer--over 60% of Alpha Phi participates in research. Along with this, Alpha Phi's are on 13 of MIT's 14 varsity women's athletics programs-- with 8 current captains across many sports. As members, we are encouraged to find new opportunities on campus and to drive ourselves to succeed in whatever we do.
Besides being recognized by Alpha Phi internationally and regionally as an outstanding chapter in all areas, our sisters boast individual accolades. In the past year, sisters have won grants for student service projects, MIT's IDEAS competition, the Burchard Scholarships, and Truman Scholarship finalist, to name a few. From numerous members of the month at our gym, to 12 student-athlete awards, to track All-Americans our sisters are known to perform well athletically. Our accomplishments in a variety of areas is a testament to our well-rounded nature and ability to challenge ourselves and succeed in whatever we set out to do.
Click on the word clouds to see a selection of our campus involvement, UROP labs and summer internships!