The Zeta Omicron chapter of Alpha Delta Pi eagerly awaits Recruitment each year. It is always with great excitement that we welcome a new class of members to our Sisterhood who will continue our legacy of developing well-rounded collegiate women. Our wish is that all Potential New Members will feel welcome throughout the process of Recruitment -- each sorority at Georgia Tech has something unique to offer and we are confident that each girl will find her home. That being said, if you are a Potential New Member, we hope that you pay special attention to the warmth, sincerity, and passion that encompasses Alpha Delta Pi.
2017 Georgia Tech Panhellenic Council
August 17th - Recruitment Kickoff
August 18th - Open House
August 19th - Philanthropy & Finance Round
August 20th - House Tour
August 21st - Preference Night
August 22nd - Bid Day
Meet Alpha Delta Pi's
Recruitment & Marketing Vice President: Riley Geran
Riley is a sophomore from Alpharetta, Georgia pursuing a Bachelors degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Her favorite memory would be studying abroad in Oxford and becoming close to some of her older sisters she would never have gotten to spend time with otherwise. She looks forward to Run for Ronald and recruitment festivities!
Formal Recruitment Chair: Hannah Koenraad
Hannah is a second year from Brookhaven, GA pursuing a Business Administration degree. Her favorite event is Bid Day every year and she loves sisterhood nights at the house. She is so excited for Recruitment and meeting all of the new girls coming through! She can’t wait to help build a new Alpha Class.
What We Offer
The strength of our chapter lies in its well-rounded Sisterhood. Zeta Omicron thrives off of the energy of our Sisters' diverse involvements -- we have members on intramural and club teams, Goldrush and cheerleading squads, in marching band, and serving as presidents of academic organizations. Most importantly, we support each other as individuals, Sisters, and students who care about both our Greek and Georgia Tech families. Alpha Delta Pi is so many things to so many young women, and we cannot wait to show you that firsthand! We are certain that Alpha Delta Pi can be your home.
Preparing for Recruitment
Remember that it is always good to have at least one recommendation filled out in addition to sending us Panhellenic's recruitment application. However, it is not required to have a recommendation, and no Potential New Member will be penalized for not having one.
Curious about what to wear, the cost of Recruitment, or just hungry for as much information as you can gather? Please take advantage of the resources that can found on Georgia Tech's Collegiate Panhellenic Council website, located at http://www.panhellenic.gatech.edu.
Our #1 piece of advice? Relax! The days can be long and feel stressful as you come across big decisions, but try not to sweat it -- the Greek community at Georgia Tech has room for any and everyone, and you will find a place where you belong!
If you have unanswered questions or concerns, feel free to get in touch with us by emailing our Formal Recruitment Chair, Emmeline Whitehead, at firstname.lastname@example.org.