ABOUT ADPi at Boston University

Boston University is a large, metropolitan school, which can make it very easy to get lost. In Alpha Delta Pi, however, we found our home away from home. Our sisters come from many different places and study a variety of different subjects, yet we are all connected through our amazing sisterhood. 

Our chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Boston University in 1911. At Alpha Delta Pi's Grand Convention in the summer of 2013, we proudly took home the Maxine Blake Golden Lion Award, given only to thirteen chapters in the nation. The award indicated the highest level of performance and efficiency for collegiate chapters. We currently have 110 active members, within our chapter, at Boston University and many devoted alumni!  


Outside of ADPi, our sisters are dedicated and well-rounded individuals within the Boston University community. Over 85% of our active members are involved in multiple different campus and community organizations. From producers to dean's hosts to dancers, our members clearly demonstrate passion and interest in a plethora of activities. Each week, we recognize an individual of our chapter and award them "Sister of the Week." We are proud of our sisters and all of their achievements!

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