History of Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi was founded in 1851 in Macon, Georgia, at Wesleyan College. It was the first female secret society and was founded by Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Williams Mitchell, Sophronia Woodruff Dews, Octavia Andrew Rush, Mary Evans Glass, and Ella Pierce Turner.
The Beta Omega chapter was founded in 1942. Beta Omega is proud to have won many awards over the years. We celebrated our 75th anniversary last year in 2017.
Alpha Delta Pi Fun Facts
motto: "we live for each other"
colors: azure blue & white
philanthropy: the Ronald McDonald House Charities
symbols: lion & diamond
flower: woodland violet
"First. Finest. Forever."
The phrase "first, finest, forever" holds a lot of significance for the Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
First: Alpha Delta Pi was the first sorority ever founded.
Finest: Alpha Delta Pi holds its members to high standards and embodies the core principles of scholarship, leadership, service to others, and sisterhood.
Forever: Alpha Delta Pi values the lasting bonds created through the sorority long past the four years of college.
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