Fall 2013 Web Extra: On Campus

A special addition to the Fall 2013 Alpha Phi Quarterly On Campus Section


Alabama (Beta Mu)

A highlight of the year is the groundbreaking ceremony for a new chapter house. The event was held in coordination with the annual Red Dress Gala and Parents' Weekend.



Collegians enjoy a Mother's Weekend scholarship brunch to celebrate their scholastic achievements while spending quality time with their mothers. A few alumnae moms were in attendance as well!


UCLA (Beta Delta)

The spring Red Dress Gala raises more than $37,500, making it the chapter's largest contribution to Alpha Phi Foundation in their history. International President Linda Long Boland (Gamma Kappa-CSU/Long Beach), pictured third from left, spoke at the event.

OnCampus-ThetaOmega2.jpgBarry (Theta Omega)

During the university's Greek Awards Banquet, the chapter is recognized with highest GPA among Greeks and received awards for Best Scholarship Program and Best Philanthropic Event. In addition, Chapter President Gina King was awarded one of the evening's highest honors, Chapter President of the Year.

OnCampus-GammaPhi.jpgFlorida State (Gamma Phi)

Members enjoy a ropes course and zip lining at Tree to Tree Adventures in Tallahassee. They encouraged each other through a multitude of activities and spent an amazing day bonding.


OnCampus-IotaMu.jpgGeorgia Tech (Iota Mu)

Sisters help plan and participate in was the university's Dance Marathon. They are pictured with one of the children featured at the event that benefited Children's Miracle Network. In the past school year, the chapter logged a record number of almost 2,500 service hours.

OnCampus-DeltaRho.jpgBall State (Delta Rho)

Ball State University Associate Director of the School of Music Ryan Hourigan speaks during a scholarship event.

OnCampus-ZetaXi.jpgElmhurst (Zeta Xi)  
Collegians celebrate homecoming by hosting a brunch for alumnae.

OnCampus-IotaNu.jpgKentucky (Iota Nu)

Sisters celebrate their first holiday at the newly finished chapter house. Collegians enjoyed treats and a Secret Santa present giveaway.

OnCampus-DeltaNu.jpgMaine (Delta Nu)

The chapter celebrates its 50th anniversary with collegians, alumnae and friends. They look forward to continuing their celebration during the homecoming alumnae brunch and Red Dress Gala.

OnCampus-Eta.jpgBoston (Eta)

Members are thrilled with the overwhelming attendance during their spring Ivy Man philanthropy event. They are pictured with the winner of the annual competition.

OnCampus-ZetaTheta.jpgTufts (Zeta Theta)

The chapter's annual Bid Your Heart Out philanthropy event features a live and silent auction. Sisters saw their largest turnout, selling out the auditorium that holds 500 people. They raised more than $13,000 for Alpha Phi Foundation. It would not have been possible without the help of alumnae, collegians and Alpha Phi International.

OnCampus-Theta.jpgMichigan (Theta)

The Red Dress Gala is held in November and featured a silent auction, raffles, dinner and live entertainment. The chapter raised more than $23,000 for Alpha Phi Foundation.

OnCampus-BetaBeta.jpgMichigan State (Beta Beta)

Red Dress Chairwoman Hailey Heil poses with her mother and sister during the chapter's seventh annual Red Dress Gala in February. The event featured a live and silent auction and was attended by alumnae, family and friends. The chapter raised more than $15,000 for Alpha Phi Foundation, far exceeding their goal.

OnCampus-Chi.jpgMontana (Chi)

The chapter is proud to have reached spring total for the first time in 13 years! They are pictured in front of the chapter house singing "Lovely Girl" to newly initiated members.

OnCampus-EtaSigma.jpgLafayette (Eta Sigma)

Members pose after hosting their first Alpha Phi-Fa soccer tournament.

OnCampus-ThetaMu.jpgHofstra (Theta Mu)

The chapter's executive council attends the 2013 Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Leadership Conference and enjoys lunch with International President Linda Long Boland (Gamma Kappa-CSU/Long Beach).

OnCampus-EtaEta.jpgSeton Hall (Eta Eta)

Collegians host the chapter's first Move Your Phi't 5K in the spring. The event took place on the university's Green and kicked off Greek Week. Sisters raised more than $500 for women's heart health.

OnCampus-ThetaEpsilon.jpgSUNY/Buffalo (Theta Epsilon)

Sisters participate in an American Cancer Society Relay for Life.

OnCampus-ThetaPsi.jpgSUNY/Plattsburgh (Theta Psi)

Sisters host their first Red Dress Gala, raising more than $900 for Alpha Phi Foundation.

OnCampus-Alpha.jpgSyracuse (Alpha)

Katie Madden, left, and Cameron Boardman celebrate awards they received during the Panhellenic Council Scholarship Gala. Katie was named Outstanding Senior Leader, and Cameron was recognized for Outstanding Risk Management Practices. Elizabeth Lafontaine also received an award for Outstanding Junior Leader.

OnCampus-DeltaAlpha.pngEast Carolina (Delta Alpha)

The chapter's first Phi Ball philanthropy event raises more than $3,500 for Alpha Phi Foundation.

OnCampus-DeltaUpsilon.jpgBaldwin Wallace (Delta Upsilon)

During the North Central Midwest/Upper Midwest Leadership Conference in February, the chapter wins awards for Excellence in Recruitment, Chapter Culture and Service.

OnCampus-BetaOmega.jpgKent State (Beta Omega)

The chapter celebrates raising $20,000 at their eighth annual Red Dress Gala. The event earned them Excellence in Philanthropy and Excellence in Parent and Alumni Relations recognitions during the Greek Closing Ceremonies.

OnCampus-GammaNu.jpgMiami University (Gamma Nu)

Ellese Meyer, Hannah Jester, Megan Coy and Mary Daly celebrate the chapter's second annual Red Dress Gala. The chapter surpassed its goal and raised more than $18,000.

OnCampus-Phi.jpgOklahoma (Phi)

Collegians and the men of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity are pictured during the annual University Sing in November. The production won first place overall, in addition to awards for Best Interpretation of Theme, Best Supporting Male Character, Best Male Lead and The Lewis Jewelers' Crowd Favorite Award.

OnCampus-IotaSigma4.jpgCarnegie Mellon (Iota Sigma)

Following the initiation of 67 new members, the chapter holds its first philanthropy event, Cardiac Arrest, and raises more than $500 for Alpha Phi Foundation. The chapter was installed in April.

OnCampus-ThetaXi.jpgShippensburg (Theta Xi)

Collegians attend the Greek Awards Banquet. The chapter won awards for Excellence in Education, Excellence in Philanthropy, Excellence in Risk Management and Sorority of the Year. In addition, Advisor Misty Milburn Wilson (Theta Xi-Shippensburg) won the Advisor of the Year award.

OnCampus-IotaDelta.jpgRhode Island (Iota Delta)

Sisters participate in a Habitat for Humanity walk and raise more than $6,000 for the local South County Habitat for Humanity.

OnCampus-Omega.jpgTexas (Omega)

Nellie Kerr, Allison Herrington, Morgan Semple and Annie Prause attend the chapter's annual Red Dress Gala. Proceeds benefited the American Heart Association.

OnCampus-EtaMu.jpgMarquette (Eta Mu)

Sisters host their annual Bail Out fundraiser.

OnCampus-GammaSigma.jpgWisconsin/Stout (Gamma Sigma)

The chapter is proud to have taken first place in numerous Greek Week competitions, including flag football, kickball and dance-off.