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What does Yits stand for Delta Phi Epsilon?

What does Yits stand for Delta Phi Epsilon?

What does Yits mean DPhiE? YITS Yours in True Sisterhood.

What is Delta Phi Epsilon known for?

Its well-known and widely supported philanthropic events, including a dodgeball tournament every fall, benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the National Foundation of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, and the sorority’s national scholarship fund.

What are Delta Phi Epsilon founding principles?

Delta Phi Epsilon was founded on the principles of Justice, Sisterhood and Love. These principles, as well as the motto “to be rather than to seem to be,” built a foundation for the organization that DPhiE has become. Today, our sorority stays true to our founding.

Does Delta Phi Epsilon hazing?

Delta Phi Epsilon goes on record as having a strong opposition to any form of hazing or situation that may be construed as any form of hazing. It is, therefore, incumbent upon each and every chapter/colony and sister, new member, alumnae, and advisor to prevent any form of hazing.

How much are Delta Phi Epsilon dues?

New Member Financial Information

Inter/National Fee $392
Initiation Fee $130
New Member Fee $75
Optional Meal Plan $720
Parlor Fee $470

What schools have Delta Phi Epsilon?

Highest Rated Delta Phi Epsilon Chapters

  • Ferrum College. Ferrum College.
  • Humboldt State University. Humboldt State University.
  • Keene State College. Keene State College.
  • Philadelphia University. Philadelphia University.
  • Pace University. Pace University.
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  • University of Toledo.
  • State University of New York in Brockport.

Is Delta Phi Epsilon Panhellenic?

Delta Phi Epsilon is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), a group that provides support and guidance for its 26-member national and international sororities, as well as women’s fraternities.

What is the required GPA for a woman to be initiated into Delta Phi Epsilon?

1) Meet all qualitifications for membership as listed in the International Constitution and By-Laws, and Chapter Constitution. 2) Have a 2.25 collegiate GPA or higher (first semester freshmen and transfer students must have at least a 2.5 GPA from the previous institution.)

Why is it important to both serve the community and raise funds for philanthropic efforts?

Why is it important to both serve the community and raise funds for philanthropic efforts? Serving the community helps to develop the members of the sorority and lets the community know that DPHIE is supporting them. Philanthropic efforts help a much larger variety of people in the world than a small community.

What kind of sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon?

For the professional fraternity and sorority, see Delta Phi Epsilon (professional). Delta Phi Epsilon ( ΔΦΕ or DPhiE) is an international sorority founded on March 17, 1917 at New York University Law School in Manhattan. It is one of 26 social sororities that form the National Panhellenic Conference.

What is the mascot of Delta Phi Epsilon?

Delta Phi Epsilon’s flower is the Lovely Purple Iris, and its international mascot is the Unicorn.

Who is the current president of Delta Phi Epsilon?

Currently there are more than 67,000 members of Delta Phi Epsilon. The current international president of Delta Phi Epsilon is Stacy Segal (Psi Chapter at University of Georgia).