The Eta Gamma chapter at Austin Peay State University

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Alumnae

It’s not just four years. It’s forever. In 1851 at Wesleyan Female College, Eugenia Tucker and her circle of friends established a tradition of excellence when they set out to unite college women in the bonds of sisterhood. This tradition of excellence lives on through our alumnae members, who through their involvement with collegiate chapters, alumnae associations, and the international organization, illustrate the principles upon which we were founded. Alpha Delta Pi is for a lifetime!

 

Homecoming Tailgate

Let’s Go Peay! We love cheering on our Govs at every home game, but our favorite tailgate is definitely Homecoming Weekend! While it is not uncommon to see alumnae at the ADPi table at a tailgate, it is so much fun having graduated sisters come back into town to support our beloved school!

 

Mock Recruitment

As a potential new member, recruitment may seem frightening. Trust us, we struggle with fears too. One way we are able to overcome our fears and feel prepared for recruitment is through a Mock Recruitment event with local alumnae. These graduated sisters return for a fun afternoon of recruitment practice to help make sure we are confident going into recruitment week!

 

Founders Day

Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851. During the spring semester, ADPi sisters, both collegian and alumnae, come together at our Founders Day Celebration where we are able to fellowship as Eugenia and her founding sisters intended. This is a day full of sacred ritual, yummy treats, fun activities and shared memories.