About Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi International Fraternity was founded at Syracuse University in 1872 as one of the first Greek societies for women. Alpha Phi is dedicated to promoting sisterhood, cultivating leadership, encouraging intellectual curiosity and advocating service. The organization is comprised of more than 165 collegiate chapters and 135 alumnae chapters throughout the United States and Canada. More information can be found on the international website at https://alphaphi.org
Symbol: Ivy Leaf
Flowers: Lily of the Valley & Forget-Me-Not
Colors: Silver and Bordeaux
Constellation: Ursa Major
Philanthropy: Alpha Phi Foundation (Women's Heart Health)
Motto: "Union Hand in Hand"
RPI Alpha Phi
Theta Tau CHapter
We began as Phi Alpha Sigma, and were colonized as the Theta Tau Chapter of Alpha Phi in 1995. Our original house was located on 15th Street in Troy, NY, but we are now located at 1 Forsyth Drive off of Sunset Terrace. Up by East Athletic Campus Village, our house was transformed into a modern, unique home that accommodates 44 sisters. Each common area is themed, and each sister has her own room! With over 90 tight knit Alpha Phi sisters, life in Troy is a home away from home.
Mission Statement: Though we think as individuals, we stand together.