Alpha Delta Pi holds the distinction for being the first sorority in America. Across the nation, ADPis are bright, fun, and classy women who share the special bond of sisterhood. The qualifications for membership have remained unchanged throughout the years: scholarship, high principles, and true friendship. Here at the University of Florida, our chapter was the first sorority invited to join the Panhellenic community. Since 1948, Alpha Delta Pi has represented UF with pride, recently receiving awards for being one of the top five ADPi chapters in the nation and the best sorority chapter at UF.
In college it is important to find your home. At Alpha Delta Pi, we pride ourselves on the diverse opportunities our sisterhood gives to our members. Whether you are motivated to become involved on campus, undecided about a certain major, or interested in finding your life-long friends, there is always a sister who is willing to help out.
Sisterhood is secrecy at ADPi, and we cherish our strong bonds of friendship in every way. ADPis can always find someone to go out with for a night on the town, share a bowl of ice cream with in the TV Room, or watch an episode of their favorite shows. We share many milestones together, from birthdays and road trips to graduation and engagements. Our ADPi sisterhood is a friendship that goes beyond the four years of college. It is a bond that cannot be matched with never ending trust and love.
This year, in order to accommodate the increase in registrants, UF Panhellenic will be hosting two separate orientation sessions on August 18 for potential new members.
The first orientation session will be for potential new members with last names beginning with letters A-K. Check-in will begin at 4 p.m., and the session will run 5 to 6:30 p.m. The second orientation session will be for potential new members with last names beginning with letters L-Z. Check-in will begin at 7 p.m., and the session will run 8 to 9:30 p.m. All participants are expected to make arrangements so that they may attend their assigned orientation session. There is no dress code for the orientation sessions, feel free to arrive comfortable and casual. For more information, visit www.ufpanhellenic.org.