..where sisterhood is not four years, but for life.

We are so excited for you to look around and learn a little more about our sisterhood in the process. The women of Delta Phi Epsilon strive to uphold the motto Esse Quam Videri which means "to be rather than to seem to be." The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon are a wonderful, diverse group of women that excel in bettering themselves through the 3 founding principles that make up the sorority: Justice, Sisterhood and Love. As one of our founding sisters, Minna Mahler, once said, "We formed our association not for the purpose of doing something so much as being something." As sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon, we encourage each other and ourselves every day to be something more than we were the day before. Our main priorities are academic excellence, establishing social justification within the community, and most importantly, bettering ourselves as young women with the help of a sisterhood that starts in college but will last far beyond that. We invite you to take a look into our sisterhood and see what we are all about. 

These girls are a constant in my life. Knowing I have a support system that will NEVER hesitate to pick me up when I fall down is a feeling like no other. Never will I regret my decision to become a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon
— Neeley Gay (Beta Beta)

Letter from Our President

I’m so honored to be able to say that I’m a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon at Kennesaw State University. Three short years ago, I never imagined that I would be serving as the President of this sisterhood. From the moment I met the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon, I knew that I was home. I loved that I got to know the raw, genuine, real version of this sisterhood right off the bat. I still get goosebumps when I remember what it felt like to find my home, and it’s the most euphoric feeling ever to be able to welcome women into our sisterhood each year. DPhiE is made up of the most amazing women that I have ever met; every sister lives out our motto “to be rather than to seem to be” on a daily basis. In DPhiE, we empower women to be something, and every single time that something is the best version of ourselves. Whether it’s hanging out at our manor, studying for tests, going on retreats, or playing intramurals, I always have the best time with my sisters.  DPhiE is my motivation, my pride, my shoulder to lean on, my laughter, and my home. I’m so thankful that I joined a sisterhood that is not only four years, it’s for life.

Tabitha Jenkins