2018 Alumnae Association Awards
The 2018 Alumnae Association Award recipients were announced this year at Leadership Seminar.
Alumnae performance awards are achieved through meeting the established criteria for the current
academic year, which require financial responsibility, an active membership with evidence of regular
meetings, elections, and other general association operations.
Alumnae associations are also evaluated for their involvement with one or more collegiate chapters,
membership retention and growth, commitment to philanthropy and community service,
programming to enhance Alpha Delta Pi membership, and involvement in Alumnae Panhellenic.
Alumnae association awards are earned by submitting evidence of the following criteria:
Baseline: (required for all awards)
- Financial Responsibility (dues are current, charitable donations are made through the
- Active membership with evidence of regular meetings, elections, and other general
association operations (including but not limited to meeting minutes, event details, photos,
- Demonstrated involvement with one or more collegiate chapters.
- Membership retention and growth (20% or more).
- Demonstrated commitment to Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House.
- Demonstrated commitment to community service.
- Programming that enhances membership in Alpha Delta Pi.
- Involvement in Alumnae Panhellenic (if available).
One Diamond Award: required criteria and one additional criteria
Two Diamond Award: required criteria and three additional criteria
Three Diamond Award: required criteria and five additional criteria
Flower Mound, Texas
Eta Omega Chapter for Center College
Phi Chapter for Hanover College
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Lexington County, South Carolina
Pikes Peak, Colorado
Beta Alpha Chapter for Indiana University
Gem City, Ohio
Greater Kansas City
Greater Phoenix, Arizona
Hub City, Mississippi
El Paso (Sun City), Texas
New York City, New York
Alpha Xi Chapter for Ohio State University
Miami Valley, Ohio
San Antonio, Texas
Published: July 10, 2018