Delta Phi Epsilon Quick Facts
National Founding: March 17, 1917 at NYU Law School, NY
Local Founding: May 13, 1962 as the Delta Sigma Chapter
Motto: "Esse Quam Videri" or "To Be Rather than to Seem To Be"
Philanthropic Causes: Cystic Fibrosis and Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
National Organization:
Nickname: D Phi E or Deepher
Colors: Royal Purple and Pure Gold
Flower: The Lovely Purple Iris
Symbol: Equilateral Triangle
Mascot: The Unicorn

Delta Phi Epsilon Chapter Statistics
Overall Chapter Score- 89.7%
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Spring 2014

  • Number of Active Member- 59
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 0
  • Chapter GPA- 3.02
  • New Members Inducted- 20
  • Number of Members who Depledged- 0
  • New Member GPA- 2.9
  • Total Building Damages- 0

Fall 2014

  • Number of Active Member- 52
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 1
  • Chapter GPA- 3.09
  • New Members Inducted- 0
  • Number of Members who Depledged- 0
  • New Member GPA- n/a

Delta Phi Epsilon Contact Information
Chapter President: Jordan Curran
Primary Advisor:  Tricia Carlin
Delta Phi Epsilon House Manager: 2015-2016 Alexa Baliski
House Director: Andrew LoBrace

Delta Phi Epsilon Standards and Expectations Highlights
Presentation Score- 85%

  • Jordan Curran (Current President), Kaitlyn Mann (Former President)

Academic Achievement- 57.5%

  • The chapter implemented stricter study hours along with incentive programs to address their academic performance.

Chapter Operations- 93.9%

  • The chapter focused on growth in 2014 and was successful in their endeavors. They excelled in recruitment by taking a more creative approach to the recruitment process.
  • They put together a comprehensive programming, marketing, and social media-focused plan to support recruitment efforts.

Risk Reduction- 100%

  • The chapter emphasized the importance of being more self-aware.
  • They shared weekly safety tips at chapter meetings.
  • The chapter held workshops with the Risk Management chair to talk about current events and prevalent problems.

House Management- 93.75%

  • The chapter worked with their International Headquarters staff and the Office of Residence Life to complete house renovations.

Programming- 96.6%

  • The chapter focused on programming that supports the personalities of all of its members.
  • In their promotion of being unique, they also provided programming for the campus community that supported the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders.

Leadership Development- 93.9%

  • Chapter leadership attended trainings at the organization’s International Headquarters in Philadelphia, PA with headquarters’ staff members to talk through ideas for the future and improvement of the chapter.

Chapter Violations

  • 2014 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2013 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2012 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 1
    *Sanctions based on September 20, 2012 fire safety violation
    - Monetary Fine - completed 11/20/12
Activity and Club Category 
Fraternities & Sororities, Recognized Fraternities and Sororities