Bio

In 1917, six women came together to form a sisterhood based on the values of justice, sisterhood, and love. Almost 100 years later, the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon remain dedicated to these values while striving for excellence in all aspects of their lives. Through the Pearl program, sisters participate in events centered around sisterhood, scholarship, self, social, and service to better themselves, their sisterhood, and their community. 


Fast Facts

National Philanthropy
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, and the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation

Northeastern DPhiE Philanthropy Events
ANAD Week, Big Man on Campus, Tate's Totes


I joined Delta Phi Epsilon almost five years ago looking for a place to feel comfortable as a freshman 3,000 miles from home. At the time, I had no idea the relationships I would form and the memories I would make. I love Delta Phi Epsilon because I can have a meaningful conversation with any of my 130 sisters and I never feel pressured to be anything other than myself. These women except me for who I am, and because of that they have become some of my best friends. In DPhiE it does not matter where you’re from, how old you are, or what you look like, all that matters is the bond we share with each other which I know will last for many years after I graduate this spring. I cannot imagine my life without these women and I am so honored to be a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon.
— Amanda Anderson
I never thought I’d find the amount of overwhelming support and friendship that I’ve found in Delta Phi Epsilon. My sisters continuously empower me to do my best with unconditional love. I’ve met some of my best friends in this chapter and wouldn’t change my decision of joining Delta Phi Epsilon for the world.
— Kelly Eng