Alpha Phi Store
Our Alpha Phi store has a huge selection of apparel & clothing (including shirts, sweatshirts, and much more). Plus you can find a huge selection ofthe best APhi merchandise. If you are graduating soon, check out our top selling Alpha Phi stoles.
Group Orders Starting at 12+ Items
Welcome Alpha Phi members to the APhi Store!
Envy the Ivy! Here at Greek U, we love our Alpha Phis. Alpha Phi was founded in 1872 at Syracuse University by Martha Foote Crow, Clara Baker Burdette, Jane Higham (to name a few). To honor those smart and courageous ladies, the Greek U Alpha Phi store offers a wide selection of high-quality and exciting Alpha Phi merchandise, designs, and gifts.
So whether you’re looking for a comfortable Alpha Phi sweatshirt (available in many of sizes, colors, and styles) or some merchandise for your chapter house, Greek U is your one-stop shop for all things Alpha Phi.
Why Shop the Alpha Phi Store?
At Greek U, we make sure to carry the newest and most popular items so you can stay current Alpha Phi apparel trends and styles. You'll find clothing that comes in various sizes, colors, and styles, which makes this the perfect place to shop for a gift for your Alpha Phi sister. Plus, you can browse through a variety of Alpha Phi clothing for tank tops, shorts, and pants, Alpha Phi shirts, and more.
We also have a ton of sorority merchandise for you to choose from like fanny packs, hats, tote bags, water bottles and sunglasses. Many of these group items feature the beautiful forget-me-not flower and the ivy leaf, the symbol of Alpha Phi. Our most popular products for seniors are our Alpha Phi graduation stoles.
We help each Alpha Phi reach their full potential in their chapter, by offering a wide selection of high-quality gifts and goods. We know Phis value scholarship, sisterhood, and loyalty, so we do what we can to meet the needs of every Alpha Phi girl around the country. So, what are you waiting for? Browse our huge selection today!
The History of Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi was founded on September 18, 1872 on the campus of Syracuse University. It was the fourth Greek-letter organization to be founded for women and currently has 170 active chapters and more than 200,000 initiated members. When Alpha Phi was founded, there were only twenty women attending the entire university.
Alpha Phi’s motto is “union hand in hand,” and its official colors are bordeaux and gold. The Alpha Phi sorority is dedicated to service, and makes raising funds and completing community service a central responsibility for all its members. In 1864, the sorority decided that heart care would be its primary cause, and the sorority’s current philanthropy is now the American Heart Association. The Alpha Phi Red Dress Gala benefiting the organization is the event of the year!
Notable Alpha Phi alumnae include Janice Woods Windle, author of True Women, Lisa Colagrossi, Emmy-winning television anchor, Susie Berning, professional golfer, and Catherine Maples Waynick, one of the eight women to ever be bishops in the U.S.’s Episcopal Church.