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Chapter: Alpha Delta Pi- ΑΔΠ
Values: Scholarship, Leadership, Service to others, & Sisterhood
Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House
Colors: Azure Blue and White
Founded at UD in: 2008

Chapter Website:
Chapter Instagram: @udadpi


Involvement: The sisters of Alpha Delta Pi spend a lot of time hanging out with their B+ Hero, Drew, by going on fishing trips, playing Among Us, attending cooking classes, and hosting movie nights with him. The sisters host a Lipsyc Battle for their philanthropy every year, where the chapter with the best lipsync routine wins the proceeds to their philanthropy. They also host a Fall Fest for their philanthropy at Milburn Ochards. In addition, these women strive to attend every other chapter's philanthropy events as well. The ADPI sisters bond over sisterhood events like yoga/HIIT classes, trivia nights, holiday card exchanges, paint nights, Zumba classes, and more.

Sisterhood: The Alpha Delta Pi sisterhood is described as geniune, supportive, and close knit. The ADPI sisters are always willing to help one another, as well as challenge each other to be the best versions of themselves. Having sisters in ADPI makes UD's campus feel so much smaller and provides a true sense of community.

Words from the Chapter President: “Joining ADPi has been one of the most formative parts of my college experience. I have met my best friends who support me through all my endeavors, and I am forever grateful for that. The genuine, authentic sisterhood that supports everyone in the chapter motivated me to take on more leadership opportunities as early as my sophomore year. Being given the opportunity to be the President of such a supportive, determined, philanthropic group of women has been so rewarding. Sisterhood events such as nacho nights, movie nights, spa days, and picnics have expanded my connections within ADPi. Fundraising through Pi a Pie and getting pied in the face by my best friends to raise money and late night delivery drives have been amazing to not only help give back to our community, but also bond with one another.”
-Emily Barry, Chapter President


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"ADPi offers a covenant - a promise. The bonds our sisters hold are real.  We pick up the pieces for each other when things begin to shatter. We are real with each other. We lift each other up. We always find comfort and a safe place in our sisters. Sisterhood in ADPi is like no other. These friendships that feel like family will never wash away. They have good roots. ADPi provided me with a community of strong, genuine women who will be here for me in college and beyond. They push me to be the best version of my self whatever that is through a leadership position, being a better friend, engaging deeply in philanthropic effort or being the happiest I’ve ever been. It may seem silly to say, but there is simply nothing but truth behind our open motto - WE LIVE FOR EACH OTHER - cause we really do"

-Ryan O'Connor, VP of Philanthropy

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