Ball State Alpha Phi
WHO WE ARE
Originally founded in 1964, Alpha Phi has enjoyed a long tradition of excellence on the Ball State University campus. Our chapter is composed of over 120 sisters from all over the country. No two sisters are exactly alike, but we all come together on the common bond of love for Alpha Phi and our sisterhood. The Delta Rho chapter is privileged to have so many wonderful women in our midst. Our sisters are scholars, artists, athletes, passionate volunteers, comedians, and loving women.
Union Hand in Hand
Lily of the Valley, Forget-Me-Not
The objectives of our Fraternity are to promote growth and development of character, sisterhood, cultivate leadership, encourage intellectual curiosity and advocating service. We empower one another to become better women both in and outside of Alpha Phi.
Alpha Phi defines sisterhood in many ways beyond a sorority house. Sisterhood means having over one hundred women from different backgrounds coming together as one to be part of something bigger than themselves. The experiences shared as a sisterhood are what bring us together, forming friendships for a lifetime.
Alpha Phi values each member’s passion for education, knowledge, and achievement. Alpha Phi encourages academic growth through study hours, scholarship dinners, and networking opportunities.