a letter from the Recruitment Team
Grace Shelby Roemer
Director of Primary Recruitment
Alpha Chi Chapter | ADPi
Hello! My name is Grace Shelby and I am the Director of Primary Recruitment for Alpha Delta Pi. I came home to ADPi Fall 2020, amidst the mind numbing period of Zoom University and a completely virtual recruitment. It was overwhelming making such a big decision after only having virtual connections and I took a little leap of faith when I chose ADPi. After almost a year and a half of being a member, I full-heartedly know I made the right choice.
ADPi has given me the opportunity to meet some of my closest friends and has allowed me to grow as both a leader and a human being. Whether we are going out on an official event or just hanging out at the ADPi house, I love just being with my sisters. I have always felt loved and supported by the one of a kind women in this chapter, especially when remote learning felt isolating. And as an officer, I have been lucky enough to work with an amazing group of women who put on events and help our chapter grow. In so many different ways, ADPi has given me confidence and life long friendships I will cherish forever.
Why should you pick ADPi? In ADPi I know I have people who support me in all areas of life. At such a big university, this support is invaluable. Every weekly chapter meeting, I come from a long day of school and happily listen to everyone's problems and realizations and ideas on a collection of randomness; ranging from our obsessions with Bridgerton to solidarity in difficult classes to why All Too Well (10 Minute Version) is the best song ever composed. Our conversations are often silly and random, but it makes us all feel interconnected. I find my fellow sisters are worried about the same things as me: internships, career paths, relationships, and just overall becoming an adult. UCLA can feel intimidating and scary and beyond overwhelming, but ADPi makes me feel like I belong.
Vice President of Marketing
Alpha Chi Chapter | ADPi
Hi, I’m Bella, Alpha Delta Pi’s Director of Primary Recruitment! I quickly knew Adpi was the house for me during recruitment because the conversations I had were genuine and easygoing, and the members I talked to encouraged me to be myself. These initial feelings about ADPi have never wavered, and I fall more in love with the chapter the deeper I dive into it.
To me, what sets ADPi apart from other chapters is the character of our members. The women in this chapter have become some of my biggest supporters, role models, and dearest friends during my time at UCLA. They are incredibly involved in organizations all over campus, study everything from the sciences to the arts, and we hold the highest chapter GPA (an average 3.91 for spring quarter!). Members are extremely supportive, and serve as the best people to turn to for advice and deep chats. They are empowered, unique, and fiercely loyal--there is no bond like that of ADPis! The memories and relationships you will form as a member of ADPi are lifelong, and we welcome potential new members who will contribute to the love, integrity, laughter, and light that is felt so strongly in this house.
While recruitment may seem daunting, don't be afraid to relax and be the most authentic version of yourself - we want to know the real, wonderful you! UCLA is a place where you will make the best memories and meet some of your favorite people, and Greek Life is an amazing part of this experience. There are 13 wonderful chapters on campus, and you will find amazing women in each house. It is my hope that you find the same love, growth, and community in a chapter as I have found in ADPi. We are so excited to see you in the fall and cannot wait for the impact you will make on our house.
Alumni, use your username and password to login to alphadeltapi.org. Click the "Alumnae" tab at the middle of the page. Then, under the "Recommend a Potential New Member" tab, click on the "Potential Member Recommendation Form" link.
otherwise, please direct recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Adpi has brought so much sunshine & purpose into my life. My sisters push me everyday to be my best self, and on days I can’t, they’re always there for me to lean on. I can’t imagine my college experience thus far without the support & love I have received from this chapter.