The University of Southern Mississippi


As members of the fraternity/sorority community, Alpha Delta Pi is proud to welcome those who want to enhance their college experience as part of something bigger. We select and maintain membership on the basis of scholarship, leadership, commitment, and service to the work of the sorority, the university, and the community. Alpha Delta Pi actively encourages a membership which represents a diverse population and does not discriminate in membership selection procedures. 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.

A Letter from Our Director of Primary Recruitment:

Dear Potential New Member,

My name is Harley Warmenhoven and I have the honor of serving as the 2020 Director or Primary Recruitment for the Eta Zeta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. I'm glad you visited our page to learn more about us and that you are interested in going through formal sorority recruitment! Recruitment week is a time to discover a place where you belong, a place to make memories, and a place to call home away from home. I found all of this and more when I ran home to Alpha Delta Pi!

It's crazy for me to think back to three short years ago, when I was making a decision to be a part Sorority and Fraternity Life here at Southern Miss. Southern Miss is home to the most inclusive, individualized, and supportive women. When I decided to join this community, I was looking for a place that would allow me to give back to my community, help me further my involvement on campus, and give me the tools that would allow me to be prepared for life after college. I wanted to find my people, people that I could come home to after a long day and just laugh.

Recruitment can be a stressful week, but it can also be one of the most rewarding experiences in your college career.My hope for you is that you find your people. People that fill your college years with joy, help you to feel fully accepted, and most importantly, make you feel at home.

I cannot wait to open those doors and see the future faces of our Panhellenic community!



Harley Warmenhoven

Director of Primary Recruitment