Why ADPi

“"Be the First" means always being a leader. Doing the right thing isn't always the most popular choice and doing the popular choice isn't always the right thing, but I know the ladies here at Alpha Delta Pi will always push me to be the best version of myself and achieve my goals. I wouldn't be the person I am today without my sisters.” - Zoi Rougas

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SCHOLARSHIP

Alpha Delta Pi is committed to high academic standards. In fall of 2020, 51 of our sisters earned a 4.0 and 75 sisters earned a 3.5 or higher. To ensure the academic success of our members a minimum 2.6 GPA is required each semester.  We have designated times at our house where sisters can come together to study in a quiet environment. To recognize our sisters for their academic success, they are awarded a gold dangle the first semester they earn a 4.0, and a pearl dangle the first semester they earn above a 3.5. 

Our chapter has a wide range of majors, with 28% of sisters studying Liberal Arts, 24% studying STEM related fields, and 14% studying Education & Human Development. We are proud of this variety, which has produced many successful alumni in business, medicine, engineering, and more. 
 

SISTERHOOD

Alpha Delta Pi is a sisterhood that will last a lifetime. When we say we live for each other we really mean it, we strive to make each other the best version of ourselves. Whether it’s chapter meetings, football games, sisterhood events, or volunteering we are always there to support each other!

One of our favorite parts of our sisterhood is our Diamond Sister program. Each new member is matched with a sister who will be her Big Diamond Sister. This gives each new member a role model and a friend to guide them through her time as a new member. The bond established between diamond sisters is one that will last a lifetime.

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SERVICE

Alpha Delta Pi is committed to giving back to our community. We are proud to serve the Bryan College Station Community; in fall 2018 our sisters spent over 1400 hours serving our community. Sisters serve not only at the local RMHC, but also the Humane Society, local ministries, and more.

Our sisters are also involved with service organizations on campus like Aggie Replant , TAMU Disability Services, and Big Event. Big Event is the largest, one-day, student-run service project in the nation. We are proud to participate in this event which allows us to give back and say thank you to our community.