"I Believe that the privilege of membership in Alpha Delta Pi brings the responsibility to do my best in whatever I undertake, always remembering that leadership requires confidence tempered with humility and courage blended with tolerance."
The Creed Of Alpha Delta Pi
"ADPi has meant so many different things to me over the years. When I pledged ADPi, I was a charter member with no former members to look to for guidance. I made some really close friends/sisters that I still meet with/talk with/communicate with to this day. Then it meant a support system and a close knit group of young women who were there for each other no matter what. As I moved along into being an alumna, I found that my group was just a very small part of what ADPi is. As I moved through being various advisors, alumna association president, and Collegiate Province Director I got to know so many ADPi sisters that I still do things with to this day. They are from all over the country. ADPi for me has gone from that start as a small group of true, strong friends/sisters and support system to a VERY large organization of magnificent women who are all dedicated to making ADPi the “First and Finest!” This is waiting for anyone privileged enough to be an ADPi."
-Diana Beck JonEs
Charter Member of Epsilon Omicron
"I chose to get involved in so many activities on campus solely because of ADPi. Without the support of amazing sisters, I never would've had the confidence to be a Summer O Counselor or participate in Miss MSU. Making memories in various organizations like student government and Omicron Delta Kappa was especially meaningful when I had sisters by my side. The girls that helped welcome me into our sisterhood also inspired me to try new things, and hopefully I've inspired some younger girls along the way too!"