On February 17, 1922, the Feronian Literary Society, the first women’s society at Michigan State University, officially became Beta Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi International Fraternity. Over the past 100 years, the chapter and its members have collected photographs, scrapbooks, jewelry, newsletters, and more. Some of these artifacts are now being preserved digitally and made available in this digital museum in order to share the chapter’s history with current and future generations. It will continue to grow as more materials are digitally preserved.
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Notable Alpha Phis
Read more about some of the prominent Alpha Phis from Beta Beta Chapter.View Biographies
View a timeline of the major milestones for Beta Beta Chapter and Michigan State University and compare them to significant events in the history of Alpha Phi International Fraternity.View Timeline
Over 3,000 women have been initiated into Beta Beta Chapter. Search here for individual members, both collegiate and alumnae.