Alpha Epsilon Phi
“Multa Corda, Una Causa – Many Hearts, One Purpose”
Since its founding in 1909, Alpha Epsilon Phi has been committed to developing lifelong friendship among its members as well as encouraging a passion for service to others.
Above all else, AEPhis are committed to personal growth and intellectual development. AEPhi was founded to provide a home for Jewish women who could not join other sororities due to their religion, and this spirit of acceptance lives on in the Alpha Kappa chapter at Miami.
Sisters participate in socials, sisterhoods, and philanthropy events throughout the year. Sisterhoods include everything from dinners uptown to paper plate awards, and there are socials one to two times a semester.
AEPhi women are involved in many other campus activities and organizations, such as MAP, club softball, and Green Team. AEPhi emphasizes a balance of academics, service, and of course, having fun with sisters!
President: Grace Peconge
VP Recruitment: Taylor Lewis
National Website: https://www.aephi.org/
National Founding Date: Barnard College, October 24, 1909
National Organization Values: Sisterhood, Selflessness, and Growth
Local Founding Date: April 22, 2007
Colors: Green & White
National Philanthropy: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Sharsheret
Cumulative GPA: 3.1
Required GPA: 2.5
New Members: $650.00*
Active Members: $550.00*/Semester
*All-inclusive and subject to change;
Optional shirts at additional cost