As members of the Greek community, Alpha Delta Pi is proud to welcome those who want to enhance their college experience as part of something bigger. 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.


Day 1: Sisterhood

During Day of 1 Recruitment, you'll get a small glimpse of our sisterhood. Our favorite part of this day is that we get to answer your questions and share all things ADPi! This is the day where you will meet every Panhellenic chapter, so trust the process and enjoy the next three days. It’s one of the most exciting things we’ve endured.


DAY 2: Philanthropy

During Day 2 of Recruitment, we get to share our love for our National Philanthropy, the Ronald McDonald House of Charities. RMHC is something that we hold so close and dear to our hearts as we're able to #keepfamiliesclose. We hope on this day you feel connected to our sisterhood as we dive deeper into how we're involved in our community.  Our sisters are so excited as we get to have conversations with YOU on this day!


Day 3: Preference

"I believe in Alpha Delta Pi. I believe that my sorority is more than a ritual, more than a symbol, that it is a way of life." 
Day 3 of Recruitment is something very special to us. On this day, we get to share a deeper part of our sisterhood, our values, and why ADPi means so much to us. We hope that you feel the strong bond of sisterhood when you enter the room, and hope that you find Alpha Delta Pi your home, as we found it ours.



This is one of the most exciting, memorable, and life changing days. We get to welcome home our new sisters, Alpha Class '21. We can't wait to celebrate and welcome you into the first and finest sisterhood!


Alpha Delta Pi is proud to participate in UNLV Panhellenic's Fall Formal Recruitment. 

For updates, make sure to follow us on our social media @unlvadpi and panhellenic's social media @unlvphc


from our vp of marketing

Find Your Home


Hello and Welcome to Alpha Delta Pi!

On behalf of all of our sisters in our chapter, we are thrilled that you are taking an interest in Greek Life. Although it can be stressful and seem a bit overwhelming at times, it will be one of the most rewarding and beneficial decisions you can make, both in your personal and professional life. Taking a chance on finding your forever home can lead to some of the best memories, the most cherished experiences, and lifelong friendships that go beyond just being apart of a sorority. Joining a sisterhood comes with countless benefits, such as having a constant support system to lean on, helping you navigate your way through college and providing various networking opportunities and connections that can overall benefit your future career.

Since running home to Alpha Delta Pi, I have seen immense growth and development within myself and after being in the chapter for over a year now, I have been able to flourish, especially within my leadership position. When I first joined this chapter, I was a lot more introverted and quiet and joining a sorority was definitely out of my comfort zone. But, after meeting and getting to know so many amazing and inspiring women, I fell in love with ADPi and felt very comfortable and accepted within my chapter. We want the same for you; for you to find your calling, the place you feel welcomed, appreciated and accepted. We want you to find your home, and to thrive in it.

I’ve been lucky enough to learn and meet so many diverse people through Greek life, and one of the biggest takeaways and mottos that has stuck with me is Alpha Delta Pi will give you everything, if you let it.

-Madison Motoyama


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