Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded by seven Jewish women in 1909 at Barnard College in New York City. The founding sisters of Alpha Epsilon Phi dreamed of forming a sorority where exceptional women of all backgrounds, religions, interests, and varying beliefs would be welcomed with open arms. Alpha Epsilon Phi endeavors to foster lifelong friendship, sisterhood, academics, social involvement, and community service, all while providing a home away from home for the sisters. 

Fast Facts

National Philanthropy
Sharsheret Breast Cancer Organization, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Local Philanthropy
Transforming Medicine

Northeastern AEPhi Philanthropy Events
Paint The Night Red, Lipsync for Life

Alpha Epsilon Phi is something that I am incredibly proud to be a part of, and having the opportunity to be a part of its leadership and help shape it’s future is something I’m eternally thankful for.
— Samara Per
Without my chapter I would feel super out of place and overwhelmed in such a large city at such a large school. Seeing girls I met through AEPhi around campus really helped me feel grounded and helped me adjust to my new life.
— Isabella Brucato