THE ALPHA DELTA PHI FRATERNITY
The Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity was founded in 1832 at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York by Samuel Eells (1810-1842). Founded as a literary society, it evolved into one of the most distinguished of the original American college fraternities. It has retained its focus on its literary roots, by attracting only the best students at only the best colleges and universities in Canada and the United States. Our chapters are leaders on their respective campuses, where some of our chapter houses have been designated architectural or historic landmarks. The Alpha Delta Phi experience has helped a disproportionate number of its 50,000 lifelong members to become top leaders in industry, government, education, and religion.
Alpha Delta Phi at Johns Hopkins currently has over 80 undergraduate brothers with 65 living in the chapter house. Our members are active in Hopkins' Varsity Athletics, Student Government, the Interfraternity Council and community service, such as, the Penn Lucy Foundation.
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The Johns Hopkins Chapter of The Alpha Delta Phi
3209 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
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The Alumni Association of the Johns Hopkins Chapter
PO Box 333
Perry Hall, MD 21128