At Alpha Delta Pi, we are a sisterhood of friends, a family of individuals, and a home away from home. We embrace every woman's uniqueness, we encourage and support each other's goals and dreams and we value character above all else. Founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society for women.
My name is Ali Rogers, and I am the president of the Eta Gamma chapter of Alpha Delta Pi here at Austin Peay State University. When I first came to Austin Peay in the Fall of 2016, I was reserved and never imagined I would be where I am today. I went through Panhellenic Recruitment my sophomore year and was lucky enough to find my home in Alpha Delta Pi.
Making the decision to join this sorority is one of the best decisions I have ever made. I instantly gained 60 new besties and have had so many opportunities not only within Alpha Delta Pi, but also on campus because of my affiliation with ADPi.
I have the opportunity to lead 57 astounding women, but I also have the opportunity to lead on my campus. I have recently had the honor to be one of the first members and student leaders of the Rural Education Scholars Program.
Alpha Delta Pi has empowered me to become the best version of myself, and I am forever grateful for this sisterhood.