As members of the fraternity/sorority community, Alpha Delta Pi is proud to welcome those who want to enhance their college experience as part of something bigger. We select and maintain membership on the basis of scholarship, leadership, commitment, and service to the work of the sorority, the university, and the community. Alpha Delta Pi actively encourages a membership which represents a diverse population and does not discriminate in membership selection procedures. Come home to Alpha Delta Pi and find women who are true and loyal, just like our blue and white colors represent. ADPi sisters are leaders and visionaries. We are SGA senators, artists, student athletes, and scholars. We are committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards, and social responsibility. We committed to those when we established the first secret society for collegiate women in 1851 at the first university chartered to grant degrees to women. We are committed to them still today.
At Ripon College we go through Deferred Primary Recruitment, where Primary Recruitment is done in the Spring semester! Those who are new to Ripon College can spend the first semester getting adjusted and meeting everyone, then go Greek in the Spring! Through recruitment you will find your lifelong sisters and find your home <>
When I first thought about joining a sorority, I was nervous and scared of not fitting in. But, I took a leap of faith and decided to go through recruitment anyways. When I went to my first ADPi event, I realized how inviting and warm all of them were. It did not feel like they were trying to sell me on the sorority, but that they actually cared about what I had to say. I felt heard, and genuinely cared about. I realized how unique, and hard working each of them were. They were not arrogant about their achievements, but rather humble and sweet. I knew I wanted to be a part of this sorority because I did not want to be just a "pretty sorority girl," but that I actually wanted to be part of a hard working, smart, and dedicated group of women. I am so proud to call each and every one of them a sister. -Sister Kaelyn, Class of 2023