Binding every Alpha Delta Pi together since our founding in 1851, the sisterhood within our chapter provides the foundation for a lifetime of empowerment, unity, and belonging. At Alpha Delta Pi, we pride ourselves on the diverse opportunities our sisterhood gives to our members. Connecting sisters even beyond the borders of Gainesville, the sisterhood that begins at the University of Florida remains within the hearts of each and every sister as we continue to pursue our aspirations and futures. Sisterhood is secrecy at ADPi, and we cherish our strong bonds of friendship in every way. We share many milestones together, from birthdays and road trips, to graduations and engagements. Our ADPi sisterhood is a friendship that goes beyond the four years of college, for it is a never-ending bond of trust and love that cannot be matched.
One of the most rewarding parts of our sisterhood is our Diamond Sister Program. An Older Diamond Sister is an older member that guides her Younger Diamond Sister through her time as a new member. She serves as both a role model and a resource as the Alpha member learns about the responsibilities and privileges of membership in Alpha Delta Pi. The goal of the program is to support building fellowship and unity within our chapter. The bond between Diamond Sisters will last a lifetime. This program truly enriches each member's experience in Alpha Delta Pi.
At Alpha Delta Pi, we value unforgettable memories. We value furthering our bond as sisters through our time spent together. We value the importance of enriching our collegiate experiences through the creation of a strong community. Each semester, we come together with fellow sisters, other sororities, or fraternities on campus for socials, date functions, grab-a-dates, sisterhood events, and game day brunches. Whether it's a trip to Walt Disney World, an "all denim" social, a sisterhood bonfire, or our annual Black Diamond Ball, our sisters make the most of their time at the University of Florida by stressing the importance of balancing school and involvement with leisure activities.
From rooting on our Gators in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to winning our third intramural flag football championship, our sisters enjoy engaging in various athletic opportunities. Alpha Delta Pi's regularly participate in intramural sports, competing against individuals in other Panhellenic chapters and organizations on UF's campus. Every sister has the opportunity to participate in the sports that they love, such as dance, soccer, cheer, basketball, and softball. Intramural sports give our members a chance to bond as a team, root for one another, and stay active during the academic year.