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Note: ADP bylaws restrict the publication of officers' last names on this site.
Recruitment Advisor: Jessica Royal
Standards Advisor: Elizabeth Cooper (only on campus advisor)
Social Advisor: Wendy Spohn
For more than 150 years, extraordinary women have called Alpha Delta
Pi home. Originally called the "Adelphean Society," Alpha Delta
Pi was the first sorority in the world and forged the way for women in
the fraternity system. Our founding took place on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan
Female College in Macon, Georgia-the first college in the world chartered
to grant degrees to women. Throughout time we have consistently placed
a high priority upon scholarship, service to the community, and the personal
development of each of our members. Alpha Delta Pi joined the Methodist
University campus in the spring of 2008. The women of Alpha Delta Pi take
great pride in being the First and Finest. Their outstanding relationship
with the Ronald McDonald house has been an unbreakable bond.
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