We live for each other.

it is not just a saying

“To me, Alpha Delta Pi has meant a home away from home. I knew no one when I came into Samford, but Kappa provided me the friendships to ease that transition. Little did I know, those friendships would become the people now that I look to in everything as they encourage, challenge and love me so well. ADPi has also provided me opportunities for leadership and involvement both on and off campus. I am better because of my time here and I will forever be grateful for this sisterhood.” -Moriah Stice, AC16

“Alpha Delta Pi means sisterhood. It means knowing there is always a sister to pick you up from your lowest moments. A sister to celebrate even the smallest victories. A row of sisters to sit in every nursing lecture with or to quiz you before an exam. ADPi has given me the sisters I never had, the friends I’ll never forget, and the joy that will last a lifetime.” -Louisa Hunter, AC17

"Alpha Delta Pi is a place of comfort for me. No matter if I’m around my best friends or girls from other pledge classes, I feel right at home. The community I’ve found here is genuine and kind. It’s something I didn’t know I wanted so badly, until I found it. I’m surrounded by people that love and support me and, best of all, want to see me do my best. I’m thankful for the friendships that Adpi has brought me and the lessons it has taught me. The women in our sorority aren’t just for the fun times; they are here for good and the bad. I’ve learned to be more intentional, to love deeper, and to serve better. For that, I am thankful. I'm thankful to have another home away from home." -Meg Alford, AC15

"The girls I now call sisters are so much more than my 'college friends' they are my lifetime friends. I know that the friendships I have formed here in Alpha Delta Pi will last forever. Sure, there was a time I thought Greek Life might not be for me, but now I can see that ADPi has brightened every area of my life and enhanced my entire college experience. They are my secret keepers, my advice givers, my encouragers, my staying-up-late-laughing-hysterically girls, my sisters, and my best friends."  -Lauren Kostoff, Alum

ADPi is where my best friends are. With them, I can freely be myself + be loved + be encouraged despite my flaws. ADPi means being surrounded by women that are genuine, hilarious, adventurous, gracious, cool, kind, strong, intentional, beautiful, driven, and loving. Oh boy, I am so thankful for my girls + what Alpha Delta Pi means to me.
— Alyson McDonald, AC13

"Alpha Delta Pi. How could three simple words carry such meaning? Those words encompass these four years at Samford in a profound, yet humble way because of the girls I have been given the honor of meeting, learning about and sharing life with. When I think of ADPi, I think of individuals who embody joy and spontaneity, diversity and respect. These girls are genuine in every way, and have shown me what it looks like to work together-complementing one another-while ultimately reflecting the body of Christ. They have significantly shaped my Samford experience...and if I were to do it again, I'd choose ADPi every time." -Allie Kanne, AC12

"It's my home away from home. It's staying up 'til 1am in the house every night laughing and talking with my best friends (who are way cooler than me). It's where I can be vulnerable, confident, and silly. ADPi has given me the community everyday of amazing friends, which I needed in college."-Lucy Brown, AC14

Alpha Delta Pi taught me to be confident in my abilities and beliefs. I learned from so many sisters what it looks like to be a confident young lady with a little bit of sass. Alpha Delta Pi also helped me spiritually and mentally. I became such great friends with girls struggling with the same things as me. We help each other work through our issues, fears, and doubts while celebrating each other’s accomplishments. They helped me try to live life to the fullest, not care what anyone thinks, and to be proud of myself.
— Nicole Caston, Alum

“It is nearly impossible to put into words what ADPi means to me, but I'll give it my best shot. ADPi is more than a sorority or a few letters thrown together. ADPi is built up of beautiful women and giving hearts. It is encompassed by selflessness and compassion. My past three years at ADPi have been more than I could ever hope for. Every girl in our chapter encourages me, comforts me and points me closer to Christ. These women aren't sisters by association, but they have truly become a part of my family. They challenge me to be my best and amaze me with constant laughter and happiness. ADPi means pure joy, day in and day out. Without ADPi, I would be missing out on lifelong friendships that fill my heart with the greatest sense of love. I'm forever thankful for the impact ADPi has left on me so far, and I can't wait for the future, knowing that ADPi will forever be a part of my story.” –Nellie Hoehl, AC13