As members of the Greek community, Alpha Delta Pi is proud to welcome those who want to enhance their college experience as part of something bigger. Come home to Alpha Delta Pi and find women who are true and loyal, just like our blue and white colors represent. ADPi sisters are leaders and visionaries. We are SGA senators, artists, student athletes, and scholars. We are committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards, and social responsibility. We committed to those when we established the first secret society for collegiate women in 1851 at the first university chartered to grant degrees to women. We are committed to them still today.
Formal Recruitment at Winthrop University takes place the weekend of January 17-19, 2020. There are recruitment parties held at convenient times throughout the weekend allowing for ease of attending classes and studying. When you go through recruitment, you will visit all 5 chapters in the first round and eventually have the opportunity to visit up to two chapters to indicate your “preference” for which chapter is the best fit for you. Formal Recruitment allows you to maximize your opportunities and interact with all of our chapters to help you make an informed decision on which chapter is the best fit for you while the chapters are also making decisions about women they are interested in offering a membership bid to.
We have Recruitment Guides, also known as Rho Gammas, that assist with the recruitment process. They attend recruitment events, explain the process, answer questions, and offer impartial advice to PNMS on how to find the sorority they will soon call home.
On January 20, Bid Day, successfully matched PNMs receive their bids (an invitation to join a sorority) and the chapters find out who will be joining their organization. Bid Day is an exciting time as the PNMs, now "New Members" reveal their letters to the growing Panhellenic community.
For more information visit https://www.winthrop.edu/greeklife/default.aspx?id=24729
Check out our Bid Day Video: https://youtu.be/2kw9u_4PKU0
A Letter from Our Recruitment and Marketing Vice President
My name is Mimi Tierney, and I am the Recruitment and Marketing Vice President of the Zeta Tau chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. I decided to go Greek because I wanted a home away from home, and sisters that had the same mindset as I did. Throughout my time in Alpha Delta Pi I have found sisters that push me to be the best version of my self in every way. They have truly taught me what it means to be a Greek Woman. Greek life is a great way to get to know other women on campus and get out of your comfort zone!
If you have any questions regarding Greek Life at Winthrop or Alpha Delta Pi please contact me or the Winthrop Greek Life Council! I look forward to meeting you all in the Spring!
Letter from The Formal Recruitment Chair
My name is Payton Diggs, and I am the Formal Recruitment Chair of the Zeta Tau chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. I decided to Go Greek so I could find my people. I had already made some friends first semester, but after seeing the Greek life on campus, I knew I wanted to be a part of
an organization where I would have 70+ sisters to always turn to. I could not imagine my college experience without Alpha Delta Pi, and I can honestly say it has been the highlight of my time at Winthrop so far. Going Greek is a great way to make connections all throughout
campus, and even after you graduate. I am so excited for the 2020 spring formal recruitment and meeting all of our potential new members!
If you have any questions about Greek Life or Formal Recruitment at Winthrop, please contact me or the Winthrop Greek Life council at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Eligibility and Requirements
All women that would like to participate in sorority recruitment must meet the following:
- Enrollment as an active Winthrop University Student
- Completion of 12 university credit hours
- 2.5 cumulative GPA (Please note: These are minimum requirements as many chapters have a higher GPA requirement)
For Fall Informal Recruitment: Register with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs.
For Spring Formal Recruitment: Register to participate in the formal recruitment process.
*Transfer students in their first semester at Winthrop must submit a transcript to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs for verification of GPA and credits from your previous institution.
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