Alpha Delta Pi

We live for each other.

In 1971, our chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, referred to as Zeta Omicron, was founded at Georgia Tech. The chapter strives to better their own character, hold themselves to high educational standards, and strengthen their bonds of friendship through faith and loyalty.
Alpha Delta Pi’s colors are Azure Blue and White, their symbols are the Lion and Diamond, their flower is the Woodland Violet, and their philanthropy is Ronald McDonald House Charities.





Alpha Delta Pi
729 Brittain Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30313


I believe in Alpha Delta Pi. I believe that my sorority is more than a ritual or a symbol; that it is a way of life. I believe that the principles established by our founders in 1851 are enduring attributes, exemplifying the highest ideals of Christian womanhood. I believe that our motto “We Live For Each Other,” expresses the true spirit of fraternity; and that by living this motto my life will be enriched by true friendships and by unselfish service to mankind. I believe that the privilege of membership in Alpha Delta Pi brings the responsibility to do my best in whatever I undertake, always remembering that leadership requires confidence tempered with humility and courage blended with tolerance. I believe that I must strive to become a well-balanced person by following the dictates of the four points symbolized by our diamond-shaped badge: first, strengthening my own character and personality; second, watching my attitudes toward my fellow-beings; third, recognizing the value of high educational standards; and fourth, developing faith and loyalty. I believe that these four guide-posts, guarded by the stars and friendly hands clasped in the Adelphean bonds of fellowship, will lead me to achieve a rich and useful life.