ALPHA DELTA EPSILON
Love & Siblinghood
Welcome to the official website for Alpha Delta Epsilon sorority at SUNY Geneseo! Feel free to explore our site to learn about our sorority's history, siblings, and events. You can also connect with us on all of our social media (linked above) and don't forget to check out our "Meet the Siblings" page!
Mission Statement: We stand united in our individuality, inclusivity, and acceptance.
Love & Filia,
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ALPHA DELTA EPSILON AT A GLANCE
Alpha Delta Epsilon is a sorority established at SUNY Geneseo in the year 1901 from the Alpha Delta Fraternity, established in 1886.
Although ADE is local to SUNY Geneseo, there are other chapters across New York State. There’s also the Alpha Delta Eta chapter at SUNY Oswego.
Our animal is the owl, our colors are purple and white, and our flower is the purple orchid.
Our official philanthropies are The Malala Fund and The Humane Society of Livingston County
As mentioned around the site, we are a sorority that refers to its members as siblings; this came from a decision in the fall of 2015 where we officially changed our constitution so we could be more gender-inclusive in our language and practice. You can learn more about this on our “FAQ” page!
We’re always down to make new pals, so don’t be afraid to say hello if you see one of us!
SERVICE IS LOVE & LOVE IS SIBLINGHOOD
Below are our official philanthropies and some examples of past service events we've held or participate in.
For more information please contact our service chair, Lydia Gleason, at LPG4@geneseo.edu.
THE MALALA FUND
Our main philanthropy
The Malala Fund breaks down the barriers preventing more than 130 million girls around the world from going to school and is working for a world where every girl can learn and lead.
HUMANE SOCIETY OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY
Our local philanthropy
The Humane Society of Livingston County, through education and caring, will work toward eliminating abuse and over-population of animals and aid in the prevention of their suffering within our community.