How do I update my address or contact information?
You can do that in the Pride Online section of the web site. You will be asked to log in.
I’m not receiving The Adelphean. What do I do?
Make sure your address is correct in the Pride Online section of the web site. Or, you can email your information to Executive Office and ask to have an address correction made.The Adelphean is also available online so you can catch up on back issues!
How do I recommend someone for membership?
You can obtain the Potential Member Profile from the Pride Online section of the web site. You’ll be asked to sign in. Make sure when you complete the profile, include ways to make this potential member “stand out” and if possible, include a picture. Make sure that you mail it to the appropriate chapter before their recruitment dates.
How do I find contact information for a sister? How can I find a sister I lost contact with?
Check the Member Search feature in Pride Online. (This requires that you log in.) Please be aware that we respect the privacy rights of all members and some of our members have requested that we do not release any personal information.
Do I have to pay dues as an alumna?
ReMember International Alumnae Dues is a voluntary program that helps fund programs throughout the year. If you belong to a local Alumnae Association, it has a nominal dues structure.
I have not been active with Alpha Delta Pi for a while. How can I become involved again?
There are several ways. Check to see if there is an Alumnae Association in your area. Complete an Alumnae Involvement Profile.
How do I volunteer as an alumna?
Check to see if there is an Alumnae Association in your area. Associations offer leadership opportunities and are always looking for new sisters to join in. Complete an Alumnae Involvement Profile to let volunteers in your district know your interest.
How can I support a collegiate chapter?
You can complete an Alumnae Involvement Profile or contact the Collegiate Province Director in your area to let them know of your interest and see if there are any volunteer opportunities available.
How do I find an Alumnae Association near me?
Check the map here or contact Executive Office Member Services.
There’s not an Association near me. How else can I get involved?
You can volunteer at a local Ronald McDonald House or donate to the ReMember Campaign. Contact the Alumnae Team in your area and they can let you know what other opportunities might be available in your area. You can also start an Alumnae Association in your area!
How do I start an Alumnae Association in my area?
Information on starting an Association is available here.
How can I attend a Founders’ Day Celebration?
Contact an Alumnae Director in your area. She can put you in touch with associations or chapters that are holding Founders’ Day celebrations.
What is Pride Online?
Pride Online is our password-protected area that lets Alpha Delta Pi members access resources like manuals, forms,and a member search.
How do I change my login and password for Pride Online?
Go to the Pride Online section and log in. Then click on the My Profile link and the Password Tab. You can make changes to your login and password, along with updating your address and other personal information.
Can I tour Memorial Headquarters? I am coming to Atlanta and need directions to Executive Office.
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404.378.3164 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm EST. If you reach voice mail, please leave a message and someone will return your call the next business day.
My badge was lost or stolen. How can I order a new one?
Contact the Collegiate Relations Coordinator at email@example.com.
How can my Association build a web site?
We offer templates for your use in Pride Online.
How can I register my Association’s web site to be linked from the International Organization’s web site?
Make sure your web site is in compliance with Alpha Delta Pi’s Website Guidelines and send the link and Association name to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am confused on how to refer to sisters who have graduated!
Who isn’t? The proper way to refer to a single female alumnus is “alumna.” If you are referring to more than one alumna, the proper word is “alumnae” (Say uh-lum-knee). For the record, it’s Founders’ Day, not Founder’s.