Greek Life


Delta Phi Epsilon

Delta Phi Epsilon Logo

Delta Phi Epsilon

Founding Principles:

Justice, Sisterhood, and Love


Royal Purple & Pure Gold

Symbol's Mascot:



Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation


The Lovely Purple Iris


Esse Quam Videri - “to be rather than to seem to be” In today’s world a woman can be so many things. You can be a friend, be a mother, be a teacher, or even be the president for example. Delta Phi Epsilon encourages each sister to above all else, be true to who you are.


The mission of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority is to develop in women a social consciousness and a commitment to think and act for the greater good. We assure continuous development and achievement for women through individual attention and smart strategic growth.

Delta Phi Epsilon was formed for the purpose of promoting good fellowship among sorority women to help in acquiring knowledge, appreciation, discriminating judgement and a true feeling of sisterly love, through the interaction of sympathetic and friendly natures.


On March 17, 1917, five women at New York University Law School took a pledge of sisterhood and loyalty and so founded the Alpha Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon, one of the first non-sectarian, social sororities and the only one founded at a professional school.

Member Activities:

  • Promote Greek life on campus
  • Participate in community service projects
  • Develop as an individual through our 21 PEARLS Program
  • Abide by Expectations of Membership
  • Socialize with organizations
  • Participate in campus activities
  • Promote sisterhood

Requirements for Membership:

  • Must be a woman currently enrolled at Texas A&M University-Kingsville
  • GPA requirement is 2.25 or higher.
  • Must be interested in promoting community service, Greek life, sisterhood, and development of outstanding scholarly and professional standards
  • No membership will be denied membership on the grounds of age, ancestry, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation.


*A Student Service Fee Funded Program