Alpha Delta Pi

Alpha Delta Pi sorority executive officers pose for a photo

Alpha Delta Pi is the first secret society for college women. It was founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia. The original name for the sorority was the "Adelphean Society." Adelphean is derived from the Greek word meaning "sister". On February 17, 1973 the Zeta Eta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was established at The University of North Alabama in Florence, Alabama. Alpha Delta Pi prides itself in living our open motto, “We Live for Each Other”, signifying the loyalty to our sisterhood. At Zeta Eta, we strive to encompass all types of young and ambitious women. Our sisterhood is strengthened by our diversity, and we pride ourselves on accepting and welcoming everyone.  


Alpha Delta Pi sorority members gather at the amphitheater to celebrate CPH sorority bid day. Members of Alpha Delta Pi pose for a photo outside of the Ronald McDonald House Charities.


Alpha Delta Pi, Zeta Eta

Nickname: ADPi
Founded: May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female College (Macon, Georgia)
Chartered: February 17, 1973
Colors: Azure Blue and White
Flower: Woodland Violet
Mascot: "Alphie", the Lion
Jewel: Diamond
Motto: We Live for Each Other
Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House Charities/Alpha Delta Pi Foundation -  $400 raised in Spring 2022
Service: 2,359 service hours completed in Spring 2022

Awards & Honors: Harris Finance Excellence Award (2020), Homecoming Window Painting 1st Place (2021), Homecoming Skit Women's 2nd Place (2021)
Annual Campus Events: A Night for Ronald, Run for Ronald
Spring 2022 Chapter Average Term GPA: 3.169


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Emily McDowell, President