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It’s not just four years. It’s forever. In 1851, our founder Eugenia Tucker and her friends established a tradition of excellence when they set out to unite college women in the bonds of sisterhood. This tradition lives on through our alumnae members, who through their involvement with collegiate chapters, alumnae associations, and the international organization, illustrate the principles upon which we were founded. As sisters of Alpha Delta Pi, "We Live for Each Other" forever.


"One reason for joining a sorority freshman year was to meet more girls to make a big campus feel small. Little did I know ADPi made not just campus, but the world feel a little smaller after graduating. After moving to a new city after graduation, it was so fun running into sisters who were older than me at Tech Alumni events, hanging out with girls from my Alpha class that moved with me, and staying in touch with all my friends scattered across the world. One of my favorite memories since my time in Eta Pi was being a bridesmaid in my big's wedding. Celebrating that day next to her side reminded me how grateful I am for the relationships I made in ADPi."
-- Anne Nelson, Alpha Class of 2016

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