The Aims and Purposes of ADX

  • To strengthen the spiritual lives and testimonies of the members of the National Fraternity resulting in service and outreach to others.

  • To promote higher scholastic standards among the members of the National Fraternity.

  • To provide social fellowship among the university students living the Christian life and active in Christ's service. 


The Omega Chapter of Alpha Delta Chi was founded at Colorado State University by ten fearless women in 2010:

  • Abbey 'Aloha' Craighead
  • Amanda 'Aroha' Achterberg
  • Kelsey 'Uvu Milivu' Dombaugh
  • Kristen 'Maya' Schulze
  • Ashleigh 'Milosc' Davenport
  • Jenna 'Amor' Willis
  • Lynn 'Dragoste' Stout
  • Callie 'Gra' Vanchina
  • Leanne 'Laska' Garber
  • Denice 'Echo' Shokranifar


Chapter Facts:

Nickname:  ADChi

Motto: 'As in a mirror'

Colors: Flame & Blue

Flowers: Gladiolus & Delphinum

Mascot: Lamb

The founding chapter of Alpha Delta Chi was started at the University of California at Los Angeles in 1925. The original founders were:

  • Ruth Umsted Ohly
  • Evelyn Kepple Kay
  • Marion Wright Madden
  • Willard Crowder Clawson
  • Theta Slingerland Dean
  • Alice Slingerland McEachern
  • Amy Culp
  • Dora Marie Showalter-Goertz
  • Dorothea Harvey Schultz
  • Alma Becker

Their vision was to create a place where Christian women could participate in Greek life without compromising their beliefs, build strong friendships, and most of all, they wanted to create a place which would mirror Christ's love to their community. 

The purpose of ADX: to provide fellowship for Christian college women, to strengthen the spiritual lives of its members, and to be a testimony for Christ on each campus.

Alpha Delta Chi Omega Chapter is a member of CSU's Pan-Hellenic Council and participates in Greek wide events such as Homecoming, Greek Week, and other Greek organization's philanthropies.