Be Your Best Self

As an undergraduate, you will find that Delta Phi Epsilon is where you will grow. Our sorority provides you with a space to be challenged, lead with values, make mistakes and flourish as a woman. As an alumna, you can continue to receive these opportunities within our sisterhood. You ca network with your sisters at one of our many in-person events across the country. Whether you come to reconnect, reminisce, gain skills or network, there is something for you.

Chapter-Based Programs

Our members use our chapter-based programs to help them excel in different aspects of collegiate life. All programs are member led. Every chapter can rely on our leadership consultants, customized online tools, volunteers and our headquarters staff to help them enjoy all the experiences DPhiE provides.

Academics

The STAR Program provides new members with an opportunity to share ideas and insights on how to get the most from their college experience. The STAR Program focuses on issues that are relevant and important to new member, including time management and study skills. The new member educator facilitates discussions and provides insight while new members talk about campus based academic resources. Initiated sisters with top academic performance also facilitate and mentor new members through this program on how to succeed academically at the campus. This program provides another opportunity to strengthen the bond of sisterhood.

Leadership

Delta Phi Epsilon uses Team Excellence as its governing structure for collegiate chapters. With Team Excellence all members are encouraged to take part in the chapter's operations of the sorority, which builds trust and a sense of belonging among each sister. By sharing chapter participation and responsibilities, each sister will learn valuable leadership and management skills that will be important throughout life. Through Team Excellence, chapters have leadership teams, rather than executive boards. These teams consists of a president, as well as vice presidents of operations, programming, recruitment, membership development, academic affairs, house management (for housed chapters), and a member at large. Each vice president and member at large maintains sub teams of coordinators who organize various chapter events, such as philanthropic programming, recruitment, sisterhood, social events and more. 

Member Development

The Delta Phi Epsilon PEARL (Personal Enrichment Activities for Responsible Living) Program presents opportunities for both new and initiated members to contribute to their personal development, the sorority and surrounding communities. All members will participate in PEARL experiences in the five core areas of the sorority: Self, Scholarship, Sisterhood, Social and Service. Members  may choose their activities based upon their level of experience and changing needs.

Accreditation

The Chapter Assessment Program (CAP) is the tool used to uphold our Standards of Excellence, which are outlined in our International Constitution and Bylaws. Our standards are measured by a point-based system. Each chapter is awarded a star measurement based on the total number of points they have earned each year. The pinnacle of excellence at 1917 points, which recogizes our founding year. Chapters that achieve this pinnacle of excellence are named to our "1917 Club."These chapters are then called upon to guide and influence decisions at the international level. Our 1917 Club members are the voice of the collegiate membership to our governing board.

Recruitment

Delta Phi Epsilon's Values-Based Recruitment training and manual provides members with the tools needed to recruit quality women who share like values and morals with the chapter. Each chapter completes a series of communication exercises to help identify DPhiE's values. This program helps create strong and vibrant chapters and individuals.

Accountability

Standards Board is our judicial program developed to focus on risk reduction through education and member engagement through positive reinforcement. Training for members includes topics on confidentiality, identifying underlying problems, constructive sanctions, positive recognition and policy education.