About Us

    Massachusetts Alpha Phi Delta Epsilon has been working tirelessly to establish ourselves as a respectable chapter whose focus is to provide pre-medical students with tools and opportunities imperative in supporting their endeavors to becoming excellent physicians. In the current and past semester, our organization has hosted a Brown Medical School Tour, Tufts University School of Medicine tour, a Harvard Medical school tour, a Kaplan test-prep information night, sent 15 members to a Regional Leadership conference in New York, two delegates to an International Leadership Convention in Las Vegas, raised nearly $4,000 for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at our Auction in Autumn, and volunteered over 350 hours at Perkins School for the Blind, the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes, Walk now for Autism Speaks, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, The Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester, Father Bills & Mainstay Homeless Shelter and the Boston Public Health Commission. Humility and the passion to serve others are fundamental elements to being successful physicians. 

    As a result, Phi Delta Epsilon is committed to exposing our members to philanthropic work and the many benefits that arise from such experiences. In adherence to our motto, “Facta Non Verba, Deeds Not Words,” Massachusetts Alpha PhiDE, makes it a priority to dedicate ourselves to numerous philanthropic projects throughout the year. With all that said, we believe that the road to success is not strictly limited to philanthropy, but academics as well. PhiDE works to support our members in a variety of elements. We now offer group-tutoring sessions for all subjects, specifically to PhiDE's. The recent rise in average GPA for the fraternity from a 3.0 to a 3.2 proves how seriously we are preparing for medical school. With seventy members and counting, PhiDE continues to grow stronger each and every day.