Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia and is regarded as the oldest secret society for college women in the world. Today, there are 161 active chapters throughout the United States and Canada as well as over 260,000 collegiate members.
Our chapter is the Epsilon Epsilon chapter.
Alpha Delta Pi holds the distinction of being the first secret society for women and the mother of today’s sorority system. We were founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia upon the principles of scholarship, leadership, service to others, and sisterhood. These values still guide the policies and programs of our sorority today.
The Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was established at Texas Tech University in 1966.
The Epsilon Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi boasts a diverse panel of officers and an eight-member executive committee. They represent several states and geographic regions of Texas, and most of the colleges at Texas Tech University. Officers serve from December through November, and new members are encouraged to run for officer positions to increase their involvement in the chapter.
From our creed to our open motto, “We Live For Each Other,” the women of Alpha Delta Pi believe in the principles established by our founders in 1851.