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  • Celebrated in the United States from September 15 to October 15 Celebrado en los Estados Unidos el 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre

  • This academic year will certainly be different.  That does not mean we cannot still come together to learn and grow as sisters united by the tenants of justice, sisterhood and love. As an international headquarters is our job to support the membership with programs and...

  • In October of 2019, the International Governing Board accepted the following philosophy on health and wellness. Delta Phi Epsilon strives to create a sense of belonging for all members.Belonging is a human need, just like food, water, and safety. Delta Phi Epsilon recognizes true belonging...

  • From the Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Philosophy on Health & Wellness: “Delta Phi Epsilon strives to create a sense of belonging for all members. Belonging is a human need, just like food, water, and safety. Delta Phi Epsilon recognizes true belonging can only occur if...

  •  Consistent with our Founder’s courageous vision, Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority’s Policy on trans women and gender non-binary individuals supports the sorority’s three core pillars of justice, sisterhood, and love, and reflects our commitment to anti-discrimination practices.  Gender and sex-based equity are, and have always...

  • A new annual grant that supports a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE) sorority pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or professional degree, who has overcome a significant medical, personal or family difficulty. Gina Curtis, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter at Humboldt State University and President of the Delta...

  • Arleen Kruger Honick, Psi Chapter at the University of Georgia is one of our sisterhood’s most prolific leaders, volunteers and supporters. Adding to her years of dedication to Delta Phi Epsilon, Arleen’s commitment has reached even greater heights recently with the Arleen Kruger Honick Scholarship...

  • Dr. Toby Tamarkin of the Sigma Chapter at The Ohio State University worked her way through college. Her focused dedication to her education while having to work a job is a testament to her fortitude. Her drive created a successful 33-year career as a teacher,...

  • The Madeleine Claire McNulty Scholarship, named in commemoration of the daughter of Past International President Dawn Barta McNulty, Phi Sigma Chapter at Northern Illinois University was created to support a sorority member who has overcome a medical, personal or family difficulty. Madeleine was a diligent...