Alpha Delta Theta (ADT)

Alpha Delta Theta was begun by three inspired women in the Easter semester of 1979. Since our founding, the sisters of Alpha Delta Theta (commonly known as ADT) have strived to promote loving friendship among all members, to provide community service, and to strengthen bonds among all organizations and individuals associated with the University of the South. We are involved in almost every area of campus life, from Arcadians to sacristans to the Sewanee Outing Program. Wherever you are at Sewanee, you can find an ADT! Within our organization, we seek to foster the individuality of our members while bringing them together in sisterhood.

Chapter Nickname: ADT

When Chapter was Founded at Sewanee:  Easter Semester 1979

Motto:  Cultivating Coalescence

Values:  Academic excellence, kindness, humor, individuality

Philanthropy:  Food with Friends

Colors:  Green and white

Symbols: The yellow rose and the turtle

Minimum GPA Required for Membership: 2.0


Chapter Officers

Chapter President: Emily Williams (

Social Chair: Kayla Deep (

Rush Chairs: Dori Wilson ( and Madison Cornwell (