WELCOME HOME PC '21
On August 22, 2021, our chapter welcomed 114 new faces home to Beta Epsilon. Each and every one of these girls represents the values of Alpha Delta Pi, and it was a joy seeing them run home to us in Colonial Life Arena. They stood out to us, so let’s hear from some of our new alphas on why we stood out to them.
Saluda, South Carolina
From the second I walked in the doors of the Pi Palace, I felt so comfortable, welcomed, and heard. All of the women were so genuine, confident, and easy to talk to. I connected with the values that were clearly shown by everyone in the house, and I could really feel how special this chapter was. I knew it would be a great place for me to call home!
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
As soon as I walked into the house, I felt so much love. Being in a place where you feel wanted and can be completely yourself is what every girl was looking for during rush, and I found that and more in ADPI. I love them all and can’t wait to make so many memories!!
The instant connection I had with every girl I talked to!! I knew I could see myself in this sorority from here on out and make lifelong friends! I also loved seeing ways their philanthropy has helped so many and the stories they shared during sisterhood round 💓
Greenville, South Carolina
I chose ADPi because the second I stepped out of the house after each round, I was ready to go back in. The girls I talked to were so genuine, and after just a short amount of time I knew that this is where I wanted to run home to on bid day!
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
I joined ADPi because I felt so connected to the chapter's strong values and philanthropy, and knew that I would find sisters who were so amazingly supportive and kind!
Charleston, South Carolina
I chose ADPi because I immediately felt welcomed by each and every sister I interacted with. In addition, during preference round, a sister wrote me a letter that made me cry for hours after I left the house. I knew then and there that I was meant to run home to ADPi!
I knew after I left the house at the end of round 2, I had found my home. Each sister I talked to was amazing. Hearing about everyone’s devotion to the Ronald Mcdonald House showed me I was in the right place. Being surrounded by people who care is what made me go ADPi.
I felt extremely comfortable talking to the girls and was able to feel like myself in the house. I felt so at home hearing about ADPi and I loved every second of being in there and never wanted to leave.