Campbell to add Delta Phi Epsilon sorority to Greek Life

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Maggie Thompson (Delta Phi Epsilon)

Andrea Alhadari (Delta Phi Epsilon)

Cody Oxendine (Campbell Greek Life)

BUIES CREEK — The newly implemented Greek Life program at Campbell University has gained a tremendous amount of attention over the past few months. Nearly 100 students have already become involved with the three social Greek organizations on campus: Sigma Alpha Omega Sorority, Kappa Sigma Fraternity and soon-to-charter Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.

Now, the Greek Life community at Campbell is expanding. The university will add this semester its fourth Greek organization: the Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority.

When Delta Phi Epsilon joins Campbell’s Greek community this spring, it’ll be the first National Panhellenic Conference organization. Its recruitment week will start March 10, and will include tabling and nightly events. Interviews will start as early as Feb. 24 via Skype and will continue during recruitment week.

To register for recruitment and to sign up for an interview, interested women can visit

Delta Phi Epsilon was founded on March 17, 1917, at New York University Law School as a social organization. The mission of Delta Phi Epsilon is to provide a sisterhood experience rich with tradition, innovation and opportunities for growth.

For more information about Delta Phi Epsilon, email Maggie Thompson or Andrea Alhadari (both of Delta Phi Epsilon) and connect with the organization on Twitter and Facebook. For information about Campbell’s Greek Life, contact graduate assistant Cody Oxendine.