Alpha Delta Chi

Sigma Chapter

Sisters for Eternity

Alpha Delta Chi was founded in 1925 at University of California, Los Angeles. With 14 active chapters around the country, Alpha Delta Chi is a place where girls can participate in Greek life while mirroring the love of Christ to their college community. "As in a mirror", our motto, is a phrase that encompasses what the sisterhood of Alpha Delta Chi was founded upon. It is the motto that we live by, and it truly describes the relationships we have - relationships that reflect the Glory of our Savior. Our sisterhood fosters friendships that go beyond the four years of college; ours is a bond of deep trust and love. The friendships we've made in Alpha Delta Chi are eternal.

Involvement on Campus

The Sigma Chapter is relatively new, having been founded at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2003. Despite this, our sisters are active participants in various activities in and around campus. Additionally, we have had the highest average GPA of any Georgia Tech sorority for the past two semesters, proving that we are as committed to academics as we are to our social involvements. Our sisters come from almost every major on campus and are involved in a wide variety of organizations, including: 

African American Student Union Alpha Omega American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Ballroom Dance Club Baptist Collegiate Ministries Believe Our Purpose, Share Our Plan
Black Student Recruitment Team Campus Christian Fellowship Chi Alpha
Club Math DramaTech Eagles@GT
Fencing Club Georgia Tech Catholic Center Georgia Tech Chorus
Georgia Tech Concert Band Georgia Tech Marching Band Georgia Tech Orchestra
Grand Challenges Humans vs. Zombies Material Advantage
Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Sigma Pi Residence Housing Association
Society of Women Engineers Student Alumni Association WREK Radio

Chapter Updates

"For we all, with unveiled face, reflecting as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are transformed into the same image, from glory to glory, even as by the spirit of the Lord."

II Corinthians 3:18