Alpha Phi, Theta Lambda Chapter | C- 100, 614 South College Street, Warrensburg, MO, 64093 United States |

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Fast Facts

Theta Lambda Chapter

  • Alpha Phi Fraternity was founded in 1872 at Syracuse University.
  • Founder's Day is celebrated annually on October 10th.  
  • In January 1991, Alpha Phi arrived at University of Central Missouri and was installed as the 179th chapter of Alpha Phi in April. We have loved it here ever since! 
  • Currently Alpha Phi has 168 active chapter in the United States and Canada.
  • Alpha Phi is tied with Zeta Tau Alpha for the second largest NPC women's sorority. 
  • Alpha Phi is the oldest International or national sorority at Central Missouri.
  • 1902 Alpha Phi called the first inter-sorority meeting that resulted in the formation of the association now known as the National Panhellenic Conference, which then included Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, and Delta Delta Delta. This was the first intergroup organization on college campuses.
  • 1905 had a member, Frances E. Willard, recognized by the U.S. Congress who placed a statue of her in Statuary Hall in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol, the first woman to be so recognized. The pose is typical of her, standing at a lectern with a manuscript in her hand.
    1906 became an "International" fraternity when Xi chapter was chartered at the University of Toronto.
  • Alpha Phi is a true "international" sorority. It has maintained the longest, continuous presence in Canada of any other sorority. The Xi chapter was established at the University of Toronto in 1906.
  • Alpha Phi is a member of the Syracuse Triad along with Gamma Phi Beta and Alpha Gamma Delta 

Mission Statement:
Alpha Phi is a sisterhood of women supporting one another in lifelong achievement.



​Alpha Phi Creed
I believe in my Fraternity.
I believe in the friendships formed
in the springtime of my youth.
I believe in its high ideals
which lift me up beyond myself.
I believe in its earnest drive for good scholarship,
moral character, and genuine culture.
I believe in it as a shrine of
international sisterhood wherein
I may find love and loyalty,
sympathy and understanding, inspiration
and opportunity.
I believe in it as a creator of good citizenship,
helping me to do my work well,
to live in harmony with others, and
to serve my country and to trust in God.
I believe in my Fraternity.
I believe in Alpha Phi.

-Annette Holt Hitchcock, (Pi-North Dakota) 1912



Alpha Phi’s Purpose
The objectives of our Fraternity are the promotion of growth in character; unity of feeling, sisterly affection and social communion among our members.
In all that we do, we try to obey principles of justice and right. We have banded ourselves together to improve our minds and hearts,

and we seek to aid each other through a constant watchcare always given in love.
We believe ourselves to be sincere searchers for truth.
We seek the highest ideal of womanhood, and we try to gain this ideal by cultivating not only the power and passion for seeking intellectual development but, also, the spirit of love and charity. And we who are thus united are under a solemn pledge to lend a helping hand to one another.
-Constitution of Alpha Phi International Fraternity, Incorporated, Article II



Public Motto

Union Hand in Hand



Philanthropy
Alpha Phi Foundation supporting Women's Heart Health, Heart to Heart Research Grants, scholarships,

and locally the Johnson County American Heart Association.