Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to a strong sisterhood, high academics, and values. A diverse group of genuine, kind-hearted, and committed girls come together to make up our Eta Pi chapter here at Virginia Tech. We are involved all throughout campus and the New River Valley community. "We live for each other" is not just a statement we say lightly. Our sisters truly embody the phrase and love each other endlessly. We cherish this organization and are privileged to be a part of an amazing chapter, not just for our time as Hokies, but for the rest of our lives.
Awards and Recognition
Fraternity and Sorority Life at Virginia Tech "Sorority of the Year"
#1 GPA in Greek Life 2019
Excellence in Scholarship Award 2020
Sorority Community Member of the Year
The Golden Lion Award is the most prestigious award an ADPi chapter can receive. Our chapter has received this award two times since 1990, and most recently received the Three Diamond Award!
Founded as the first sorority on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, we are rich in tradition. Our sisters we value our philanthropy, academics, and campus leadership. We take pride in being sisters as "We Live for Each Other" each and every day.
Colors: Azure Blue and White
Symbol: Clasped Hands and Diamond
Open Motto: "We Live for Each Other"
Mascot: "Alpha" the Lion
Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House Charities