Alpha Delta Phi

Founded locally in 2007, Alpha Delta Phi at the University of Connecticut continues the Alpha Delta Phi history of academic success and brotherhood, while staying true to the literary roots. With this goal in mind, over the years the UConn brothers have created a unique fraternal experience you will not find within any other fraternity on campus..

Message from the Chapter President

Default Profile The Connecticut Chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi was founded in 2007 with the mission of providing its members with a comprehensive and positive personal growth experience, centered on the following aspects: Social, Ethical, Leadership, Scholastic, Community Service, and Literary.Since then, we have strived to contribute to our Greek, school, and local community in every way possible. Whether it is through our philanthropy events, which benefit Special Olympics Connecticut, participating in countless community service events such as HuskyTHON, or bettering our own brothers and community in daily life, Alpha Delta Phi aims to impact those around us in a positive way. I am honored to serve as the 16th president of the Connecticut Chapter, as this organization and brotherhood have not only shaped my college experience, but pushed myself into becoming the person, and leader, I am today.

President: Benjamin Pinto

Expectation of Excellence Standings

Chapter GPA 3.356 3.331
New Member GPA 3.214 3.288
Dollars Raised $1,300 $4,973.00
Total Volunteer Hours 1,017.82 748
Overall Chapter Status Grey Red
Semester Fall 2022 Spring 2023
Updated: July 2023

Quick Facts

Established at UConn: 2008
 Chapter Name Connecticut Affiliate
 Nickname  ADPhi
 Colors  Emerald and Pearl
 Symbol  Star and Crescent
 Philanthropy  Special Olympics
 Motto  Many Hands, One Heart
Signature UConn Event  Lawn Game Olympics and Lady Phi

Chapter Awards

Most Improved Chapter (2019)

Interested in Alpha Delta Phi?

All interested in joining a fraternity or a sorority at UConn must complete The First Step: An Orientation for Potential New Members and pass the quiz with a score of 20. Once you have completed the orientation, we encourage you to reach out to the chapter to find out more information about membership.

Chapter Contact Information

Organizational Conduct History

No findings of responsibility.