Alpha Delta Chi

Members of Alpha Delta Chi pose for a group photo in front of the fountain
The founding chapter of Alpha Delta Chi was started at the University of California at Los Angeles in 1925. Their vision was to create a place where Christian women could participate in Greek life without compromising their beliefs, build strong friendships, and most of all, they wanted to create a place which would mirror Christ's love to their community. The sorority was originally named Areta, which means virtue. The sorority's purpose is to provide fellowship for Christian college women, to strengthen the spiritual lives of its members, and to be a testimony for Christ on each campus.
Alpha Delta Chi came to the attention of Katherine (Katie) Rolf after researching information about the Christian sisterhood on the internet. In the spring of 2005, Katie arranged a meeting where many women at the University of North Alabama came together with the desire to have a Christian sisterhood. From the large group that expressed interest, 9 committed women kept in contact with the National Board and constructed by-laws while participating in service activities and growing in their friendships. The Psi Chapter of Alpha Delta Chi was established in December 2006 on the University of North Alabama campus in Florence, Alabama.
Members of Alpha Delta Chi in front of large letters throwing the organization sign with their hands.  Members of Alpha Delta Chi pose at the park
Alpha Delt Chi, Psi
Nickname: ADChi
Founded: in 1925 at the University of California, Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)
Chartered: December 2006
Colors: Flame Red & Blue
Flower: Gladiolus & Delphinium
Mascot: Lambs
Jewel: Pearl
Motto: As in a Mirror
Awards & Honors: 
Service: 83 service hours completed in Spring 2022
Philanthropy: $153 raised in Spring 2022
Annual Campus Events: 
Devo Retreat, Family Day, Sisters Lunch
Spring 2022 Chapter Average Term GPA: 3.053
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Addie Johnson, President