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As a women’s-only organization, we believe in empowering our members and giving them the training, environment, and opportunities to practice real-world leadership in a safe setting surrounded by sisters and under the mentorship of caring alumna advisors. We embrace the qualities of femininity and harbor a setting that allows our members to connect, collaborate, empathize and communicate to work towards building something greater than themselves.

Theta has 11 Executive Board positions and over 25 other leadership positions available! Elections are hold each fall for the upcoming calendar year. The officer structure mirrors the organization structure of a typical business, with roles that provide valuable experience for the future. Officers participate in an intensive leadership training program at annual leadership conferences, which also provide the opportunity to network with officers of other chapters as well as talented alumnae who share their insights based on professional and volunteer experience. These opportunities become the foundation for the establishment of a professional network of outstanding women who will provide a lifelong support system through graduation and beyond. The experience of being a leader in Alpha Phi allows our members to gain the confidence, support system, and skill set that goes far beyond graduation. 


"My experience being a chapter officer the past two years set the stage for my biggest moments of personal growth & best memories. Working with advisors who empowered me, collaborating with my executive board, and receiving the authentic support from my sisters who shared my values, allowed me to discover and grow into the strongest version of myself."

Celine Saghir

VP of Recruitment


"Leading Alpha Phi has allowed me to grow into my own potential. My confidence in my own ability to achieve and make the right decisions has developed through being an officer in my chapter. I am so grateful for the opportunity to contribute to each of my sisters' college experience and to help them prepare for life after college."

Karina Mora

Past Chapter President


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