AEPHi’s newest colony at Concordia University!

AEPhi is pleased to announce a new colony at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada.  The announcement was made at our National Convention in June 2017, where two representatives of the Phi Epsilon Alpha local sorority were present.   The women of Phi Epsilon Alpha are being pledged this fall.

Phi Epsilon Alpha was founded in 2016. The 10 founding members introduced “PHIEA” at an information night took place at the campus Hillel Center and their mission was to inspire exemplary women of Concordia University who are enriched by sisterhood and unconditional friendships, dedicated to selfless service and inspiring others, and committed to intellectual growth and personal development.  The group attended many Hillel events throughout the year and every two weeks they baked challah to be given to families without challah for Shabbat.  They added 8 sisters to their sorority in the winter 2017 semester.

Also in the winter 2017 semester, a vote was passed to allow PHIEA into the IFC - Inter-Fraternity Council Concordia, which is made up of the 4 sororities and 6 fraternities on campus.  After their IFC acceptance, the group was able to meet more Greeks on campus and hold events with them throughout the semester.

The sisters are looking forward to being part of AEPhi and part of a large community of sisters. Through becoming a colony of AEPhi they will also benefit from the many resources and structure AEPhi provides and will be able to meet and learn from new sisters from across the globe. They also look forward to acquiring new leadership skills and new ideas on how to give back to their community.

We look forward to this wonderful addition to our roster!