From smaller events like karaoke nights and cooking yummy treats together, to daylong adventures at theme parks and city-wide scavenger hunts that led to a day spent on a summer camp’s gorgeous lake, every chance we get to spend quality time with one another makes our sisterhood grow even stronger. AEPhi's sisterhood is one where you will never cease to feel supported and appreciated because there will always be someone there to make you smile on a bad day, spend hours with you at the library so you don’t stress alone, help you find the courage to get involved in the things you love, and most of all, make you
feel at home.
Jamie, MC '19
AEPhi has given me more than I could have ever imagined. The community here is so welcoming and provides a sense of comfort amidst the stress that comes along with transitioning to college, especially at a huge campus like UF. Aephi is the heart and soul of my college experience and I am beyond grateful for the friends that have come out of joining this unique sisterhood.
Rebecca, MC '18
Coming into sorority life I really didn’t know if I would find people that I clicked with, but AEPhi truly has such an amazing sisterhood that led me to find the people I call my best friends today. AEPhi feels like a second home to me where I walk in and never feel like a stranger. It has allowed for such a big campus to feel so small because everywhere I go I see another girl in AEPhi waving to me from across the street or stopping me to see how my day is going. I really cannot imagine going to UF and not being a part of this incredible sorority.
Cara, MC '20
Aephi is my home at UF. I am so grateful to have found a place where I feel the most like myself. I have found friendships that will last a lifetime and sisters that I can rely on at all hours of the day. It’s the warm feeling of knowing that there’s always a place to go to when I need a smile and laugh. I have met so many people that inspire me and love knowing this sorority will leave a lasting impact on my life, much longer than my 4 years here at UF.