Alpha Phi finds new home


Meredith Kestel/Iowa State Daily

The letters for Alpha Phi, the newest sorority on campus, were welcomed into the greek community Sept. 11 during their bid day on a fall evening on Central Campus. 

Danielle Ferguson

One of Iowa State’s newest greek chapters will no longer be homeless. 

Alpha Phi, a chapter that came to Iowa State in Fall 2014, will soon be housed at 307 Ash Ave. 

A total of 42 members can move into the location in the Fall of 2015. 

Alpha Phi was once at Iowa State until 1998, when the sorority decided to leave Iowa State because greek life was not as prominent as it is now, leading to a decline in Alpha Phi membership, said Megan Eckerle, educational leadership consultant for Alpha Phi, in a former interview at the Iowa State Daily.