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Collegiate Awards

Alpha Delta Pi awards motivate and recognize individuals in their quest for achievement. The Alpha Delta Pi award process provides individuals guidelines for applying for these awards. The goal of the award program is to create positive momentum, celebrate successes, and reward the highest level of excellence in our sisterhood.

Individual Collegiate Awards are given annually. Criteria and application dates are listed below.

 

Collegiate Ruth Pretty Palmer Panhellenic Award

  • Involved with campus Panhellenic
  • Display outstanding leadership in her local Panhellenic, Fraternity/Sorority Life Council, regional Greek Conference, etc.
  • Applications open each year on September 1 and are due December 1. Winners are announced the following spring and are recognized again at the annual summer meeting.

Emerging Leader Award

  • Freshman or Sophomore member who has shown great leadership ability or potential
  • 3.14 cumulative college GPA
  • Lives our Creed and has impacted her chapter in her short time as a member.
  • Applications open each year on September 1 and are due December 1. Winners are announced the following spring and are recognized again at the annual summer meeting.

Dorothy Shaw Leadership Award

  • Current Junior or Senior
  • 3.40 GPA and is active in her chapter as well as on campus
  • Supporting letters and information as requested on application form
  • This award may only be won once in a lifetime. If not selected, applicants who are eligible may reapply the following year.
  • Applications open each year on December 1 and are due April 1. Winners are recognized at the annual summer meeting.

Collegiate Philanthropy Volunteer of the Year

  • Complete part 7 of the annual Chapter Philanthropy Report
  • Letter of nomination from the Chapter President or Chapter Philanthropy Chair, an advisor, or other Alpha Delta Pi member in good standing
  • Attach nomination to the completed annual Chapter Philanthropy Report
  • Other Considerations
    • Personal commitment and dedication
    • Quality and quantity of involvement
    • Impact on the lives of those she is helping
    • Impact as a role model
    • Additional letters of support for her nomination
    • Applications are due April 1. Winners are announced at the annual summer meeting.