Royal Ladies conceived
March 15, 1991
1st Royal Ladies Initiation
April 26, 1991
Colonization of DPhiE (Gamma Colony)
April 23, 1994
Local Founding Date
May 13, 1995
Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation
-Tate's Totes (National Initiative)
-Mr. RIT, Bowl-for-Breath
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
-Candlelight Vigil (National Initiative)
Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation
-Invited to associate with DPhiE.
-Paid DPhiE New Member Fees ($65)
-Participated in New Member Ritual (Inductions/Pinning)
-Entitled to wear New Member Pin.
-Completed New Member Education.
-Has a cum. GPA at or above chapter standards.
-Paid all dues and initiation fees.
-Approved for initiation by a national NMO Chair.
-Participated in official DPhiE Initiation Ritual (Crossover).
-Entitled to Wear Sisterhood Badge.
-Sister Graduating w/ Bachelor's Degree.
-In good financial standing with the chapter and International Headquarters.
-Participated in official DPhiE Sister-to-Alumna Ritual.
-Entitled to wear Alumna Badge.
-Fraternity Graduate: Alumnus (pl. Alumni)
-Sorority Graduate: Alumna (pl. Alumnae)
Not used by DPhiE - for references within the Greek community.
Neophyte: A new member who has completed all requirements of education but can not be initiated until the current quarter's GPA has been released.
Holdover: A neophyte who does not make grades to be initiated will be held over until her grades allow her to be initiated.
Woman who is not a member of another NPC sorority
Contributes to Delta Phi Epsilon
Usually for outstanding Chapter Advisors
Entitled to wear Sisterhood Badge
A sister must petition LT for Inactive Status three weeks before the end of the term prior to which she would like to have inactive status.
Permanent disaffiliation with Delta Phi Epsilon.
May not affiliate with another NPC sorority.
Can not bestow legacy status on relatives.
No chapter can deactivate a sister - permission must be granted from IHQ.
A sister can choose to deactivate.
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)
Advisory body of alumnae of all national sororities.
College Panhellenic Counsil (CPC)
Undergraduate Counterpart of NPC
-Open to all students regardless of academic major.
-Social means social skill development, not parties!
-We are a social sorority!
-Students working toward a specific degree.
-Gamma Epsilon Tau - Printing Fraternity
Fraternities based on scholastic or personal achievements.
Rho Lambda, Order of Omeg
-Students working together to do community service.
Alpha Phi Omega
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
Coordinating body for historically African-American and Latino Fraternities and Sororities
-Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol
-Group of Greek Students who focus on peer based educational programs.
Joint governing body of all social fraternities and sororities on campus.
College Panhellenic Association (CPA)
All NPC member sororities on a campus.
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Coordinating body for all national fraternities.
-Approved by International.
-Written in Ritual Manuals.
-Can not be changed unless change goes through International Office.
-Formal or Informal Event for a specific purpose.
-Personalized by chapters.
Dorothy Cohen Schwartzman
Ida Bienstock Landau
Minna Goldsmith Mahler
Eva Effron Robin
Sylvia Steierman Cohn
Only one founded at a professional school
- The Triad
- "Esse Quam Videri"
("To Be, rather than to seem to be")
What does LT stand for?
List two responsibilities of the Chapter President.
-running chapter meetings
What does VPO stand for, and list two of her responsibilities
-Vice President of Operations
-Keep in contact with National -oversees finances
What does VPP stand for, and list two of her responsibilities.
Vice President of Programming
-Run community service, philanthropy, fundraising events
-oversee website and intramurals
What does VPR stand for, and list two of her responsibilities.
Vice President of Recruitment
-Run informal and formal recruitment
-oversee public relations
What does VPMD stand for, and list two of her responsibilities
Vice President of Membership Development
-Keep track of Pearls -oversee education
What does VPAA stand for, and list two of her responsibilities.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
-Keep track of sister's GPA's, give to National and RIT -oversee socials and special events
What does MAL stand for, and list two of her responsibilities
-Conflict resolution -Run rituals
What does VPH stand for, and list two of her responsibilities.
Vice President of Housing
-Make sure everyone does their chores -House Beautification
Who is the highest bond in the house and what is her bond number?
Cait Shannon 220
Who is the lowest bond in the house and what is her bond number?
Melissa Wiebalck - 273