College of Charleston
Alpha Delta Pi is proud to be the first secret society exclusively for women. Founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, our sorority is rich with tradition and sisterhood. Alpha Delta Pi sisters strive for excellence in philanthropy, academic performance, and campus leadership. In keeping with our motto, We Live for Each Other, our members have found a place for support, shared values, and personal development. Opportunities abound for the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi, and we look forward to sharing them with you.
Alpha Delta Pi has been essential to the College of Charleston’s campus community for 40 years. Our members are active in the campus community and the local Charleston area. We are delighted that many of our members hold leadership positions within our chapter and other organizations on campus. Our sisters work closely at the Ronald McDonald House and frequently socialize with the other Greek Organizations on campus. Our chapter is recognized by our campus, in the local community, and nationally. In 2017, the Zeta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was awarded the Maxine Blake Golden Lion Award. This award is only given to the chapters that uphold the highest standards of excellence. We are honored to have received this award, as it is the highest award for a chapter.
To learn more about Greek Life at the College of Charleston, please follow this link: https://higdoncenter.cofc.edu/fraternity–sorority-life/