Alpha Delta Pi

Epsilon Nu Chapter

Alpha Delta Pi, originally called The Adelphean Society (from the Greek word for sister), was the first secret society for college women and was founded on May 15, 1851, at the first institution in the world to grant degrees to women: Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia. The women of Alpha Delta Pi carry the open motto "We live for each other" with them daily as they espouse and enact the guiding principles of scholarship, self, sorority and sisterhood.

Epsilon Nu chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, supports the Cleveland Ronald McDonald House. During the year, each sister has the opportunity to visit the house to cook dinners for the families staying there or make crafts with the kids in the house. The chapter supports the Ronald McDonald house with our annual Ron-a-Thon 5k and Fun Run, Rock-4-RMH, Silent Auction, and Pie-a-Pi. 

Programs & Events

Frequent visits to the Ronald McDonald House
Ron-A-Thon 5K and Fun Walk 
Rock for RMH
RMH Awareness Week
Silent Auction
Black Diamond Ball

Awards & Honors 2015-2016

Ashland University Greek Honors

Outstanding Chapter
Outstanding Scholarship Program
Dean Stout Best Sorority Scholarship
Panhellenic Council Best New Member Scholarship
Outstanding Public Relations
Outstanding Aviser, Connie Dennis
Emerging Leader, Shelby Teets
Standards of Excellence: Gold Eagle Chapter

National/Regional Awards

Golden Lion Chapter
Diamond 4 Point Award
Achievement Award

Contact Alpha Delta Pi

President: Sidney Landis,

Adviser: Valerie Zeno

Panhellenic Delegate: Taylor Brown

Quick Facts

Nickname: ADPi

Colors: Azure & White

Symbols: Lion & Diamond

Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House

Founded: Wesleyan College, 1851

Installed at Ashland University: April 29, 1967

Open Motto: “We Live for Each Other”

Alpha Delta Pi Suite, third floor Clark Hall