Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Epsilon Phi is a sorority that was founded on October 24, 1909 at Barnard College in Morningside Heights, New York City. Originally a historically Jewish sorority, AEPhi is not considered a religious organization and members from all religious backgrounds are accepted, provided they honor, respect and appreciate the Jewish faith. There are currently 50 Alpha Epsilon Phi chapters.

Celebrate your acceptance into Alpha Epsilon Phi with Greek lettered apparel and merchandise from Greek U. We carry a huge selection of sorority must-haves, including cute sorority clothes, hats, accessories and assorted lettered merchandise. Whether you wear it, carry it or decorate your dorm with it, we probably have it and have even customized it with your sorority's Greek letters. We even carry great gift ideas for Big and Little Sisters, as well as welcome gifts for new members and promotional items to give away during Bid Week. Choose Greek U for all things green and white, and show your sorority pride at home or away. Take advantage of our competitive pricing and fast shipping on dozens of Alpha Epsilon Phi items.

Welcome Alpha Epsilon Phi members to the AEPhi Store!

Dedicated to inspiring and supporting “exemplary women,” Alpha Epsilon Phi is a 107-year-old sorority with a long history of friendship and philanthropy. If you or someone else in your life is an AEPhi alumna, you know exactly how special that community is. Fortunately, the Alpha Epsilon Phi store is here to help you find exactly the goods, gifts, clothing, and household items you need to commemorate your time with AEPhi, or help someone else commemorate theirs.

Boasting the widest selection of AEPHi apparel, goods, and gifts on the web, we’re here to help you fulfill all your chapter, graduation, or personal Alpha Epsilon Phi needs!

Why Shop the Greek U Alpha Epsilon Phi Store?

Few things are more frustrating than going online to look for goodies to represent your chapter, and coming up empty-handed. Greek U knows this, which is why we’ve worked to hard to build a selection of the newest, most popular, and highest-quality Alpha Epsilon Phi merchandise available on the web today.

Our selection contains a large variety of Alpha Epsilon Phi clothing, apparel, shirts, and sweatshirts for rush, recruitment, big/little reveal, socials and other events.So, no matter what you’re looking for, you know we’ve got it.

In our extensive selection, you’ll find Alpha Epsilon Phi shirts, ideal for any fundraiser or outdoor event, or simply to bring your chapter together in style and comfort. You’ll also find AEPhi sweatshirts and jackets, as well as sweatpants and shorts.

Looking to outfit your chapter house with some new gear? Look no further than our selection of Alpha Epsilon Phi home decor, including tapestries, throw pillows, and blankets.

Here at Greek U, we are constantly updating our offerings to reflect the hottest styles in the industry, so be sure to check back frequently to see the most recent additions!

The History of Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded October 24, 1909 on the campus of Barnard College, in Morningside Heights, NYC. The original founders were seven friends who wanted to develop a society that would “inspire and support exemplary women dedicated to friendship.”

Historically, Alpha Epsilon Phi was a Jewish sorority, although it welcomes women of all backgrounds, religions, and viewpoints. Today, the sorority maintains more than 50 chapters nationwide.

When it comes to philanthropy, Alpha Epsilon Phi supports the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, which works to provide the funding and research needed to prevent pediatric HIV infection and reduce and eventually eradicate cases of pediatric AIDs. The sorority also supports Sharsheret, which uplifts and supports Jewish women suffering from breast cancer.

Notable graduates of Alpha Epsilon Phi include Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, Lillian Copeland, Olympic silver and gold medalist, Nancy Goodman Brinker, the founder of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Research, Judith Resnik, the second American female astronaut, and Lauren Weisberger, prominent author of The Devil Wears Prada.