Alpha Phi

Epsilon Alpha Chapter

The Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Alpha Phi is dedicated to improving and embodying their six core values:

Character development

Founded in 1872 at Syracuse University, Alpha Phi International Fraternity dedicates itself to promoting sisterhood, cultivating leadership, encouraging intellectual curiosity and advocating service. Alpha Phi prides itself in creating well rounded leaders and maintaining an open mind about change and development. Headquartered in Evanston, Illinois, Alpha Phi continues to flourish throughout both the United States and Canada. Each year, the Alpha Phi Foundation awards more than $150,000 in scholarships to both undergraduate and graduate Alpha Phis. 

Being an Alpha Phi provides the benefit of establishing and maintaining connections for the world beyond college. For example, as a result of networking with Alpha Phi alumnae, each summer Alpha Phis find themselves interning across the country at Public Relation firms in L.A., fashion marketing in New York and Chicago, Fortune 500 companies, and many other industries.

The Alpha Phi Creed states; “I believe in my fraternity. I believe in its high ideals which lift me up beyond myself.”, and the Ashland University chapter strives to embody this phrase.  

Programs & Events

Crash the Gala 
Annual Red Dress Gala
Bail Out
Cardiac Care Week
Hoops for Heart
Mr. University

Awards & Honors 2015-2016

Ashland University Greek Honors

Lip Sync Champions
Outstanding Philnathropic Project
Outstanding Risk Management
Standards of Excellence: Silver Eagle Chapter

National/Regional Awards

AED Recipient
Excellence in Recruitment
Outstanding Chapter Nominee

Contact Alpha Phi

President: Elinor Fortescue,

Advisor: Sally Bingham

Panhellenic Delegate: Allison Tupps

Quick Facts

Nickname: APhi

Colors: Silver & Bordeaux

Symbols: Ivy Leaf & Bear

Philanthropy: Alpha Phi Foundation

Founded: Syracuse University, 1872

Installed at Ashland University: April 15, 1967

Open Motto: "Union Hand in Hand"

Alpha Phi Suite, fifth floor Clark Hall