Alpha Delta Pi is the world's oldest secret society for collegiate women. Originally named The Adelphean Society, it was chartered by Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia in 1851. Since then, the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority has flourished into an international organization with 155 active chapters, and its founding principles of scholarship, leadership, sisterhood, and service continue to guide both collegiate members and alumnae. Our sisters are honored to be a part of this long and rich heritage.
Across the nation, ADPis are bright, fun, and distinguished young women who share the special bond of sisterhood. The qualifications for membership have remained unchanged throughout the years: scholarship, high principles, and true friendship. Our sisters also symbolize the four points of the diamond: strengthening character and personality, watching attitudes toward fellow beings, recognizing the value of high educational standards, and developing faith and loyalty.
Colors: Azure Blue and White
Flower: Woodland Violet
Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House
Motto: "We Live For Each Other"