ETA KAPPA CHAPTER, UC IRVINE
ABOUT ALPHA PHI
Our flowers are Lily of the Valley and ornamental Forget Me Nots.
Our symbol is the Ivy Leaf, most commonly displayed through our hand sign.
Our constellation is Ursa Major, otherwise referred to as "greater she-bear," leading to our Phi Bear mascot.
UNION HAND IN HAND
Welcome to the Eta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Phi at U.C. Irvine! I invite you to take a tour of our website and see just a little bit of what it means to be a part of Alpha Phi. As an international organization, we focus on sisterhood, scholarship, loyalty, community service, and character building.
As an individual chapter, we take pride in our diversity, compassion and love for one another, involvement both internally and externally, our individual passions, and our desire to keep the light that brought us all together as bright as ever.
As Greek women at UCI, we recognize the importance of our involvements on campus whether that be sports, research, club organizations, academics, internships, part-time jobs, or volunteer work. Alpha Phi has brought all of our sisters together, unique in our individual ways, but bound by our values. This rewarding experience allows relationships to grow into life long lasting friendships.
On behalf of Alpha Phi, we thank you for taking the time to get to know a little more about who we are, what we do and what we hold dear to our hearts. We wish you a Phi-nomenal year and hope to see you soon!
Love and A.O.E,