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Alpha Phi sorority

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Why YOU Should Join Alpha Phi, Stanford’s Newest Sorority!

Full Chapter Name The Iota Kappa chapter of Alpha Phi sorority
Nickname A Phi 
Street Address 2 North Park StreetHanover, NH 03755
Mailing Address Hinman Box 5248Dartmouth CollegeHanover, NH 03755
Email Address Alpha.Phi@Dartmouth.edu
Website http://www.dartmouthalphaphi.com/
Further information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_phi
National Headquarters

Alpha Phi International  https://www.alphaphi  1930 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL 60201  Phone: 847.475.0663 E-mail: fraternity@alphaphi.org

Mission Statement Alpha Phi is a sisterhood of women supporting one another in lifelong achievement.
Chapter Colors Silver and bordeaux
Council membership Panhellenic Council
Minimum GPA Required for Membership  2.50 minimum for the term prior to recruitment
President Melissa R. Zubizarreta '17
Rent / dues Rent for the college-owned sorority house is charged through the college . Please note that rent and dues increases generally happen at the beginning of summer term. Current rent is listed hereNew Member Dues Chapter dues: $240 Plus Social Dues: range from $20 to $60 Additional New Member Dues: $286.41 Total New Member Dues: $586.41 Member Dues Chapter dues every term: $240 Plus Social Dues: range from $20 to $60 Plus international dues once per year (payable every fall): $76.41 Total per term: $300 for each subsequent term (plus $76.41 each fall)
History Alpha Phi was recognized on March 3, 2006, as the Dartmouth College colony of the international sorority. The colony officially became a chapter on April 28, 2007 and the Iota Kappa chapter of Alpha Phi first participated in formal recruitment in September 2007
Service and Philanthropy We strive to make a difference on campus and in our community through a number of charitable projects.  Locally, we have adopted the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (ChaD) as our community cause, and Alpha Phi sisters have raised money to buy toys for the children at ChaD. Alpha Phi sisters participate annually in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and the summer Prouty Century Ride and Challenge Walk which benefits the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.  At a national level, Alpha Phi supports the Alpha Phi Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed at promoting women's cardiac care.  Every year, we host the Red Dress Gala, a benefit to raise funds for and educate the community about our cause and the foundation. In addition, Heart Health Week has become an annual event on campus during winter term to raise awareness of the importance of women's heart health.

Last Updated: 5/11/16