About Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi Fraternity was founded on September 30, 1872 at Syracuse University in New York. Today there are over 150 different chapters across the United States with more than 200,000 members. George Mason’s chapter of Alpha Phi is called Eta Lambda which can be learned more about by clicking the tab labled “Eta Lambda” in the left-hand corner.
For more information about Alpha Phi, please visit Alpha Phi International’s website.
- At the time Alpha Phi was founded, the word “sorority” did not exist.
- The word “fraternity” was used to describe the organization.
- Alpha Phi was the 4th fraternity founded in the United States.
- Alpha Phi’s original colors were blue and gold.
- Kourtney Kardashian was an Alpha Phi at the University of Southern California
Alpha Phi Chapters in the Southeastern Conference
- University of Alabama
- Duke University
- Florida State University
- East Carolina University
- Old Dominion University
- Indiana University Southeast
- University of Virginia
- George Mason University
- University of North Carolina – Wilmington
- Virginia Tech University
- Florida Institute of Technology
- James Madison University
- Appalachian State University
- Christopher Newport University
- Barry University
- Georgia Tech University
- University of Kentucky
- Clemson University
For a complete list of Alpha Phi chapters, please visit the Alphi Phi Chapter Locator.