Alpha Phi Apparel & Merchandise
Alpha Phi is one of the oldest sororities in the nation, founded at Syracuse University in 1872. It was the fourth women-only Greek-letter organization and was also the first sorority in the Northeast. The group now has over 200,000 members and 170 active chapters. The official colors are Bordeaux and silver.
Alpha Phi Apparel
As a proud member of Alpha Phi, it's important to stock your closet with Alpha Phi clothing. Greek Gear makes it easy with a huge selection of Alpha Phi shirts, sweatshirts and even sweatpants to choose from. All of our Alpha Phi licensed merchandise includes the group's Greek letters, colors, symbols or other identifying characteristics, so everyone around you will know that you're a proud AP lady. Alpha Phi apparel isn't just for college co-eds - it also makes a great gift for alumni, friends and family members.
Alpha Phi Accessories and Merchandise
As an Alpha Phi sister, your pride knows no bounds, which is why Greek Gear offers a ton of Alpha Phi merchandise and accessories to choose from. We carry keychains, stickers, drinkware and more, all emblazoned with your sorority's letters, logo and more. Can't decide? Check out our bestsellers for some Alpha Phi inspiration.
Shop Greek Gear's impressive selection of Alpha Phi apparel and merchandise to get your hands on all of your sorority must-haves. Greek Gear has been in business since 1999 and offers everything you need to represent your sorority around campus or out on the town. Our Alpha Phi collection is huge and there's something for everyone when you shop at Greek Gear's Alpha Phi store.
Alpha Phi FAQs:
- What year was Alpha Phi founded? Alpha Phi was founded at Syracuse University on October 10, 1872.
- What are Alpha Phi's colors? The sorority's official colors are Bordeaux (red) and silver.
- What is Alpha Phi's symbol? The Alpha Phi symbol is ivy.
- What are the most popular Alpha Phi alumnae? Notable members of Alpha Phi include former Lifetime television CEO Andrea Wong, actress Rosemarie DeWitt, actress Jeri Ryan and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Amanda Nguyen.