Delta Phi Epsilon


About Delta Phi Epsilon...

Delta Phi Epsilon, or DPhiE, came to the MIT campus in 2015, making us the newest sorority under Panhel! Everywhere you go on campus, you can see a friendly DPhiE sister, either studying away at the library, hanging out on Killian Court, or sailing across the Charles! With our scholarship programs, we have the highest GPA out of every DPhiE chapter in the nation, and our sisters go on to work at incredible companies like Microsoft and Instagram!

Despite our young age, we have already had a positive impact on not only the MIT campus, but on the national organization level as well. In the fall of 2016, the Zeta Delta chapter at MIT wrote the first draft of Delta Phi Epsilon’s Trans-Women and Gender Non-Binary Inclusion Policy. This was then considered by the International Governing Board of DPhiE and in the summer of 2017, DPhiE approved the policy, thus consolidating the place of trans women and those who identify as non-binary or gender non-conforming among our members.

President: Aaliya Hussain

Recruitment Chair: Angela Zhang


Instagram: @dphie_mit

Facebook: Delta Phi Epsilon at MIT

Philanthropy & Service: National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation