The Delta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi International Fraternity was established on December 8, 1962. The chapter house at 1603 Fraternity Village Drive was built in 1968-69.

An Alpha Phi shall conduct herself morally, intellectually and physically in a manner which bespeaks pride in self and respect for the goals and ideals of Alpha Phi International Fraternity. In pursuit of the highest ideal of womanhood, each Alpha Phi member shall be a positive influence as a Greek, campus and community leader.

Alpha Phi has, since inception, encouraged each member to strive for self-respect and self-knowledge in an effort to foster the personal development of each member. Alpha Phi supports the concept of equality and is committed to building a society where human judgments are based on merit, without regard to gender, race, religious preference, or disability.

Alpha Phi firmly repudiates actions and statements that negate the concepts of self-respect, personal development, equality and dignity.

Alpha Phi Constitution, Article III

The Alpha Phi Creed

I believe in my Fraternity.
I believe in the friendships formed in the springtime of my youth.
I believe in its high ideals which lift me up beyond myself.
I believe in its earnest drive for good scholarship, moral character, and genuine culture.
I believe in it as a shrine of international sisterhood wherein I may find love and loyalty, sympathy and understanding, inspiration and opportunity.
I believe in it as a creator of good citizenship helping me to do my work well, to live in harmony with others, and to serve my country and to trust in God.
I believe in my Fraternity.
I believe in Alpha Phi.

Annette Holt Hitchcock, Pi 1912