Alpha Delta Phi Society, Brunonian Chapter

About the Alpha Delta Phi Society

The Alpha Delta Phi Society is a cozy, co-ed community of musicians, scientists, and philosophers. We tend to be independent but social, and you can almost always find Alpha Delts baking in the kitchen, singing in the pine room, shooting pool in the game room, eating lunch on the porch, or just hanging out in the lounge. As a house, we invite professors to speak at our Friday afternoon teas, hold charity events to benefit the Providence community, and host live bands for our jazz-themed dance party, Lush Life. Most importantly, we care deeply about one another and the community we are continuously building. If the Alpha Delta Phi Society sounds like a place you'd like to call home, stop by any time; we'd love to meet you!

Founded in 1836, four years after Alpha Delta Phi's inception, the Brunonian Chapter was the first Greek-letter organization established at Brown. In 1973, the Chapter opened its doors to women. In 1992, the Brunonian Chapter became a founding member of the Alpha Delta Phi Society, which acknowledges women as full and equal members.