Alpha Phi


 

McGill's Newest Sorority!

 
 

Chapter: Kappa Zeta

Founding Date: September 18, 1872

Founding Location: Syracuse University 

Founders: Martha Emily Foote Crow, Rena A. Michaels Atchison, Clara Bradley Baker Wheeler Burdette, Jane Sara Higham, Clara Sittser Williams, Florence Chidester Lukens, Ida Arabella Gilbert DeLamanter Houghton, Kate Elizabeth Hogoboom Gilbert, Louise Viola Shepard Hancock, Elizabeth Grace Hubbell Shults

Colours: Silver & Bordeaux

Flower: Lily of the Valley & Forget-Me-Not

Jewel: N/A

Other Symbols: Ivy leaf, Ursa Major (fraternity constellation) & Phi Bear (mascot)

Motto: Union Hand in Hand

Values: Sisterhood, Scholarship, Service, Character Development, Loyalty, Leadership

Philanthropy: Women's Heart Health

 
 
 
McGill sororities bring out the best in all of their members, encouraging women to take up leadership positions, forge friendships and do important philanthropic work. I am so grateful to be a part of a community that champions women’s leadership and establishing spaces for women to thrive. I do not know where I would be as a McGill student without the support and love of my sisters. Please do not listen to any stereotypes of Greek life because at McGill the sororities are all truly amazing and will provide you not only with once-in-a-lifetime experiences, but also lifelong bonds. Signing up for recruitment will be the best decision you will ever make!
— Jillian