About Alpha Phi
In 1872 at Syracuse University, Alpha Phi was founded by ten brave women during a time when women were only seen as mothers, wives, daughters and caretakers. Our Founders sought to fulfill the need to develop meaningful friendships with other women who could support and inspire each other. Today, their vision of a sisterhood has transformed into a sisterhood of over 200,000 members of women supporting one another in lifelong achievement. Together, we unite "hand in hand." To learn more about about Alpha Phi’s legacy, visit https://alphaphi.org/.
Kappa Eta, University of Florida, Est. 2018
The Kappa Eta chapter of Alpha Phi here at the University of Florida was founded in 2018. Our chapter is full of dedicated scholars, steadfast leaders and well-rounded women who have found a home in Gator Nation’s newest sorority. The University of Florida was established in 1853 and moved to the main Gainesville campus in 1906. We are proud be one of the 42 chapters that represent our campus’s Greek life. Being a new sorority on campus, we are excited to grow our chapter, build our house and uphold the ideals of Alpha Phi on the University of Florida campus.
Chapter House Coming...
505 SW 10th St, Gainesville, Fl 32601.