About Alpha Delta Chi
Alpha Delta Chi is USC's only Christian Sorority, meaning that the main purpose of ADX is to strengthen the spiritual lives and testimonies of its members, to provide social fellowship among university students living the Christian life, and to promote high scholastic standards among the members of Alpha Delta Chi. The epsilon chapter of ADX was chartered in 1949 and re-chartered in 2006 by a group of women looking for an authentic Christian sisterhood. Since being re-chartered, ADX has fostered an accepting and encouraging atmosphere for all of its members. Many of our members are also involved in other organizations outside of ADX, including service based organizations, cultural clubs, Christian fellowships, and on campus research.
Alpha Delta Chi hosts different events to strengthen their sisterhood and to build each other up- academically, spiritually, and socially. Some of these events include philanthropies, social events, and study nights. Their annual philanthropy event, Excalibur, is a charity beach volleyball tournament in honor of one of their alum who passed away from cancer caused by a rare genetic disorder. The funds raised by this event go towards medical research for the Li-Fraumeni Syndrome Association.