East Carolina University
ALPHA DELTA PI
WELCOME TO THE DELTA OMICRON CHAPTER OF ALPHA DELTA PI
First. Finest. Forever.
Since being established on East Carolina University's campus in 1960, the women of our chapter have been committed to sisterhood, values, high academic standards and social responsibility. Our open motto "We Live For Each Other," encompasses the foundation upon which Alpha Delta Pi was founded. The sisters of Delta Omicron would like to invite you to look into our chapter through this site. If you have any questions or would like more information on our chapter, please contact the Delta Omicron Chapter President, Ashley James at
Our story begins in 1851, where six incredible women believed there was more to college. Alpha Delta Pi holds the distinction for being the first society founded for college women. It was chartered at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia in 1851. Alpha Delta Pi was originally named “The Adelphean Society,” originating from the Greek word “Adelphean” meaning “sister.”
Across the nation, ADPis are bright, fun, and classy young women who share the special bond of sisterhood. The qualifications for membership have remained unchanged throughout the years: scholarship, high principles, and true friendship. We are committed to upholding these values, and serving our community and philanthropy, The Ronald McDonald House.
Our creed states that Alpha Delta Pi is more than a ritual and more than a symbol: that it is a way of life. Alpha Delta Pi is something you are, not just something you become. By exemplifying our open motto, "We live for each other", this is a sisterhood that is not just for four years, but for life.
1407 E 5TH ST
Our little piece of heaven lies on the corner of 5th and Meade. The house currently houses 28 girls each year, but to the entire chapter it is their home away from home.