Aspire. Seek. Attain.
The Epsilon Phi chapter at Indiana University was originally founded in 1991, but was recolonized February 23rd, 2013. Since our recolonization, the chapter has been striving to create a lifelong legacy to pass down to future generations of Alpha Sigma Alphas.
BALANCE…to live a well-rounded life.
GENEROSITY…to give of myself.
GROWTH…to seek continual development.
INTEGRITY…to have strong moral principles.
LEARNING…to expand my mind.
RELATIONSHIPS…to build strong bonds of friendship.
RESPONSIBILITY…to display personal commitment and accountability.
ENJOYMENT…to love life and joyously live.
Alpha Sigma Alpha was given the recognition of Chapter of Excellence out of 23 chapters in Indiana University's Panhellenic Assocation. This award is given to the chapter who demonstrated a core understanding of the five pillars of excellence: Values Integration, Intellectual Development and Academic Support, Brotherhood and Sisterhood, Leadership Development, and Civic Engagement. The Epsilon Phi chapter was proudly given this award for the 2015-2016 year.
To fill my days with satisfying activity,
To find dominant beauty in art, literature, nature and friendships,
To know the peace and serenity of a divine faith,
To love life and joyously live each day to its ultimate good —
This is my creed in Alpha Sigma Alpha.
Wilma Wilson Sharp
Our sisters do not limit themselves to Alpha Sigma Alpha. Each one makes an impact within the campus community and with internships across the United States. We have sisters in Indiana University Dance Marathon, Professional Fraternities, the A-Team and O-Team, Residential Assistants, and Circle K to name a few.
Sisters of our chapter continue their involvement off campus including internships with WISH-TV, Disney, PepsiCo, and Riley Hospital for Children. While we may call Bloomington our home, it's easy to find Alpha Sigma Alphas making an impact across the world.
The Little 500 is the largest collegiate bike race held in the United States. It is hosted by the Indiana University Student Foundation for the purpose of raising scholarship money for students. The IUSF has raised over $1 million to undergraduates since 1951.
Alpha Sigma Alpha competes annually in the Little 500 race with a final team of four women. In 2016, the Alpha Sigma Alpha team placed 10th in the women's race out of a competitive field of 31 teams, the highest placement in the team's history.