Alpha Delta Pi
"We live for each other"
- May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia.
- Established in Manitoba in 1930.
Azure & White
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Alpha Delta Pi Spaghetti Dinner
Letter from the president
Alpha Delta Pi is proud to be the first secret society exclusively for women. Founded on May 15th, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, our sorority is rich with tradition and sisterhood. Alpha Delta Pi sisters strive for excellence in philanthropy, academic performance, and campus leadership. In keeping with our motto, We Live for Each Other, our members have found a place for support, shared values, and personal development. Opportunities abound for the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi, and we look forward to sharing them with you.
I came home to Alpha Delta Pi in my first semester of university, back in Fall 2020. Having gone to an all-girls school for the majority of my high school career, I was looking for a way to carry that feeling of sisterhood and belonging on to university. I was scrolling through Instagram one day when I came across the Panhellenic page. After doing some quick research, I realized that Greek life was right for me. I attended virtual recruitment parties where I got the opportunity to meet sisters from all three sororities on campus, including Alpha Delta Pi. I was instantly drawn to the women of Alpha Delta Pi. I felt so welcome among these girls and was surprised by how quickly I found common interests with them. Another factor that drew me to this sorority in particular was their international philanthropy, Ronald McDonald House Charities. RMHC is a “home-away-from-home" for sick children requiring hospital treatment and their families. Having personal ties to Ronald McDonald House, it’s an organization that’s near and dear to my heart. After meeting the sisters, I knew that I wanted to be a part of Alpha Delta Pi. The day I received my bid was one of the most exciting and memorable days of my life.
The opportunities I’ve had since joining Alpha Delta Pi have been amazing. I’ve seen my academics improve greatly and have created bonds with my Alpha Class and the rest of my sisters as well. I’ve gotten the chance to network and make connections with sisters from around the world. My first year in the sorority, I held the position of Vice President of Recruitment and Marketing, allowing me to build new skills and meet and recruit amazing women to join Alpha Delta Pi. Recently, I’ve been given the honor to serve the chapter as President and with that comes the opportunity to further develop my confidence and leadership skills. I’ve experienced so much growth in the last few years, the majority of which I can attribute to Alpha Delta Pi. Joining this sorority has changed my life for the better and I can’t wait to see where my future in Alpha Delta Pi takes me.
If you’ve ever even considered joining a sorority, I strongly encourage you to go for it. Joining Alpha Delta Pi was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. This experience isn’t just for four years, it’s for life. The skills I’ve learned and relationships I’ve developed will last far beyond my university career. I am beyond grateful for everything that this sisterhood has given me.