About Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi International Fraternity is more than just a Greek organization—it’s a community of empowered women supporting one another for a lifetime. Our sisterhood stretches across the United States and Canada with 173 collegiate chapters and a global network of high-achieving alumnae. When you join Alpha Phi, you’re welcomed by a community of more than 270,000 members committed to lifelong friendships, leadership, academic excellence, personal growth, and community involvement.
Alpha Phi & Baylor University
Alpha Phi was chartered in 2019 at Baylor University and is housed in the Stacy Riddle Forum. The Stacy Riddle Forum was originally funded and gifted to Baylor University by the nine active chapters at the time of construction. Alpha Phi, as a recent addition to the community, will continue this legacy of philanthropy with contributions to the Alpha Phi Excellence Fund as an investment in the future of the facility.
Stacy Riddle Forum
Built as a space for Baylor Greek life to come together, the two-story, 51,000-square-foot building contains nine sorority suites/meeting rooms, a computer lab available to all students, a chapel and prayer room, and an office for the Panhellenic Executive Board. The building is the main hub for the nine member sororities of the National Panhellenic Conference on Baylor’s campus. It's located on the south side of the Baylor campus behind Harrington House on Ninth Street and Baylor Avenue.