Alpha Delta Gamma

Alpha Delta Gamma

Alpha Delta Gamma National Fraternity is an American Greek-letter social fraternity and one of 75 members of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). Based on Christian principles and the traditions of the Jesuit Order of the Catholic Church, Alpha Delta Gamma was founded at Loyola University, Chicago on October 10, 1924.

About Alpha Delta Gamma

Alpha Delta Gamma National Fraternity (also known as ADG or Alpha Delt) is an American Greek-letter social fraternity and one of 75 members of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). Based on Christian principles and the traditions of the Jesuit Order of the Catholic Church, Alpha Delta Gamma was founded at Loyola University, Chicago on October 10, 1924 as a response to the unwillingness of most national fraternities to colonize at Catholic colleges and universities. Since its founding, Alpha Delta Gamma has expanded conservatively to keep a small but strong brotherhood; thus, the fraternity has chartered 29 chapters in its 85 year history. Today, Alpha Delta Gamma operates 12 active chapters at private and public colleges across the United States, stretching from Los Angeles, California to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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