University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Delta Kappa Chapter


Welcome Sisters, Parents, Friends, Alumnae, and Prospective Members!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

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As the current President of Alpha Phi, I welcome you to check out our Delta Kappa Chapter here at UW-La Crosse! Alpha Phi strives to uphold our values of service, scholarship, sisterhood, loyalty, character development, and leadership in everything we do and the opportunities we provide. Our members continue to strive every day to make a positive impact on our campus and community. We also hold events every semester to raise money for our philanthropy, the Alpha Phi Foundation, which provides funds for awareness, research, and support for women’s cardiac care. Being an Alpha Phi has become such an important part of my life. I have already gained so much from becoming a member and I cannot wait to see where it will take me into the future. I am so excited for future women who will get the opportunity to join our chapter and gain the same experience that has changed my life forever. With that being said, feel free to take the opportunity to get to know us and check out the events, service projects, and leadership positions, along with many other things that we offer her at UW-La Crosse. This experience truly is not just four years; it’s for life!

Kaitlyn Steger, Chapter President 


Union Hand in Hand


Alpha Phi's motto, "union hand in hand" perfectly describes the strong friendships formed in Alpha Phi. Once you become an Alpha Phi, you join an organization that is more than just a sorority.
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Dedication to Service and Philanthropy

Service and Philanthropy

By organizing, planning, volunteering and supporting our sisters through the various service and philanthropy events, our sisterhood and community grow stronger.
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