The best decision of my college experience was becoming a member of Alpha Delta Pi and a member of UCSB’s Panhellenic community. I never pictured myself in a sorority in high school and was hesitant to go through recruitment, however, I cannot imagine what UCSB would have been like without my sorority experiences. Through ADPi, I have been able to find lifelong friends and make lasting memories: alpha class sleepovers, Freebirds runs, movie nights at the house and at the drive-in, spontaneous adventures like sunsets, hiking, and trampolining with sisters, and so much more. Everyone in ADPi’s commitment to our motto, We Live for Each Other, and the genuine sisterhood in this house have provided me with a real home away from home. I have also had the opportunity to hold three different leadership positions, build my resume, and explore several professional and networking opportunities because of ADPi. Through being actively involved in Panhellenic, participating in recruitment, and being a rho gamma, I have also been able to make so many cherished friendships with women in other houses.
Our chapter has also been known to go above and beyond in philanthropy and community service. This year we won Excellence in Philanthropic Endeavors out of all Greek houses on campus for our commitment to our national philanthropy, the Ronald McDonald House Charities, as well as our dedication to several other causes that are close to many sisters’ hearts. No matter what cause you may personally care about, our sisters are always there to passionately support you in giving back. We aim to give back to the best of our ability, which is how we are able to repeatedly earn the most service hours out of any Panhellenic sorority on campus. I am proud to lead a chapter full of passionate and driven women that make such a positive impact on the community.
Alpha Delta Pi women also hold themselves to a higher standard as we strive to be well rounded in not only sisterhood and philanthropy, but in scholarship as well. The countless study groups, de-stressing sisterhoods, and scholarship banquets help foster an encouraging environment to help every sister succeed in her academics, with our house consistently ranking with a high sorority GPA. This past quarter we tied for the highest Panhellenic GPA!
I am honored, humbled, and so proud to be serving as Alpha Delta Pi’s President for this upcoming year and feel incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to lead a group of such incredible women. My sisters never cease to impress me with their many accomplishments and successes professionally, academically, and personally. Please enjoy our website to explore our unique sisterhood and to learn about how you can fully take advantage of your experience as a UCSB Panhellenic woman.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
House Capacity: 45
New Member:$1,231.41 (fall quarter); $914.16 (winter and spring quarter); $3,059.73 (total full year)
Live-in: $3,594.16 (per quarter); $10,782.48 (full year)
Live-out: $914.16 (per quarter); $2,742.48 (full year)
New Member Cost Includes: administration fees, alpha member fees, alpha semester dues, badge fee, housing corporation membership fee, initiation fee, out of house board, out of house rent, Monday night dinners
Live-in Cost Includes: administration fee, delta member fee, delta semester dues, in house board, in house rent, weekly meal plan for Mon-Fri
Live-out Cost Includes: administration fee, delta member fee, delta semester dues, out of house board, out of house rent, Monday night dinners
Payment Methods: OmegaFi - Check, eCheck, credit/debit card
Payment Plan: all at once, monthly, or case by case