We are the First & Finest
Alpha Delta Pi was the first ever secret society for women! Founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, GA, the original name of the sorority was "The Adelphean Society." Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald founded Alpha Delta Pi along with five of her closest friends.
Since then, over 235,000 women at over 200 chapters have found their home in ADPi. The values of service, high academic standards, and lasting friendships are as important to our members now as they were at our founding.
Recruitment Video 2020
More Than Just Letters
Alpha Delta Pi takes pride in fostering leadership skills and connecting members to those that take part on campus and in our community. ADPi women strive to be excellent students, campus citizens, and Panhellenic role models. We prepare our sisters with tools they'll need to be successful beyond college. You'll find ADPis in prestigious organizations like Orange Jackets, Student Government, the UPC Executive Board and Texas 4000, to name a few.
We're Celebrating 114 Years of Sisterhood!
Founded in 1906 at the University of Texas at Austin, Delta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was the first active chapter of ADPi in the state of Texas and the fourth in the country, making us the current oldest active chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. We are one of the six oldest sororities at UT. You have to admit, we look pretty good for 114!