About Us

Alpha Phi at North Texas
The Gamma Eta chapter of Alpha Phi here at the University of North Texas was founded in 1954. Since then, we have grown into a chapter of around 100 active members. Gamma Eta has provided members with the tools they need to succeed at the University of North Texas and beyond. The Alpha Phi house at North Texas houses 25 of our members and creates a unique sorority experience. We are proud of the legacy we have built at UNT over the years, and look forward to more growth, innovation, and philanthropic opportunities to come. 
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Alpha Phi International
Alpha Phi International Fraternity is more than just a Greek organization – it’s a community of empowered women supporting one another for a lifetime. Our sisterhood stretches across the United States and Canada with 172 collegiate chapters and a global network of high-achieving alumnae. When you join Alpha Phi, you’re welcomed by a community of more than 270,000 members committed to lifelong friendships, leadership, academic excellence, personal growth and community involvement.
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About Alpha Phi

Fraternity Founded
1872
 

Philanthropy
Alpha Phi Foundation in support of Women's Heart Health
 

Gamma Eta Founded
1954
 

Constellation
Ursa Major
 

Symbol
Ivy Leaf
 

colors
Silver and Bordeaux
 

Flowers
Lily of the Valley &
Forget-Me-Not

 

motto
"Union Hand in Hand"
 

Alpha Phi's High Ideals 
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Sisterhood
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Generosity
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Innovation
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Character
Sisterhood that Lasts a Lifetime
Practicing Generosity at every turn
Striving for Innovation
High expectations of Character