About Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Epsilon Phi is a national sorority, founded October 24, 1909, by seven Jewish women, dedicated to helping women become the best they can be. These seven women were searching for a group of young women that would contribute to the growth of its members emotionally, intellectually and socially. We are a sorority that strives to inspire and support exemplary women dedicated to friendship and a lifelong commitment to sisterhood, while building on the vision of our founders. We prize individuality, encouraging each member to discover and develop the talents and abilities that make her unique. But just as we value individuality, we also prize togetherness, fostering friendships and a sense of belonging. When becoming a part of AEPhi, you are not just becoming a member of a sorority; you are becoming a sister in a family, full of love, trust and understanding that lasts a lifetime.


About Sigma Chapter

Alpha Epsilon Phi - Sigma Chapter contains a large group of close-knit women that all attend the University of Wisconsin - Madison. We, not only, exemplify our core values of beauty, strength and wisdom, but also share our own individual characteristics that make each of us unique. Our chapter of over 200 women work hard to make our presence known on campus in a positive way. We have highly attended philanthropy events, the highest GPA on campus and socialize with the rest of the Greek community. No matter where we are from or what we study in school, we know we are part of a strong, united sisterhood that we are proud of.