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Campus and Community Involvement

The Epsilon Eta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi at Mississippi State University prides itself upon its campus and community involvement. The diversity of our chapter is exemplified through the wide range of activities, clubs, organizations, volunteering, and all things related that our sisters are involved in. 

            On campus, our sisters participate in a variety of areas ranging from major-related clubs to Student Government to talent-based organizations. Seeing as academics are very important to Epsilon Eta, we have numerous sisters that are a part of the Shackouls Honors College at MSU and various Honor Societies. Our sisters are also involved in clubs that are specific to their majors such as: Society of Women Engineers, Pre-Vet Society, Future Educators Association, Pre-Law Society, International Business Society, Biochemistry Club, Society of Human Resource Management, Spanish Club, Public Relations Student Society of America, and many others. If there is one thing our sisters love as much as our sorority, it’s our school, Mississippi State. Our sisters truly “bleed maroon and white” through their involvement in The Student Association (MSU’s student government organization), ROTC, MSU’s Roadrunners, Maroon VIP, working for MSU’s newspaper, The Reflector, College specific Ambassador positions, Resident Advisers, campus-based jobs, and many other areas. Epsilon Eta also has many sisters who are involved in clubs and organizations specific to their beliefs such as: Reformed University Fellowship, Young Americans for Liberty, Catholic Students Association, The Wesley Foundation, Young Republicans Society, and many other organizations. We also have sisters who are furthering their talents on MSU’s campus. Sisters are involved in MSU Famous Maroon Band, Fashion Board, MSU Swim Team, MSU Colorguard and Winterguard, Club Volleyball, MSU Choir, MSU Symphonic Orchestra, MSU Theater Department, and many other organizations. Not only are our sisters involved in these organizations, a great deal of them also hold leadership positions within in their clubs. The ladies of Epsilon Eta support each other in every endeavor a sister takes, whether it be voting and campaigning for a sister running for a Student Association position or Homecoming Queen, supporting sisters at their showcases, or attending a club’s philanthropy event.

            Epsilon Eta also prides itself on its sisters’ involvement in the Starkville community and further. Many sisters have off-campus jobs and numerous sisters also have obtained internships over the summer. One of the key aspects of Alpha Delta Pi is service to the community. Epsilon Eta has many sisters that volunteer in different ways across Starkville. As a group, sisters have the opportunity to work at the local Boys and Girls Club as mentors and tutors for young girls. Individually, we have sisters volunteering at the Oktibbeha County Humane Society, at schools in the Starkville area, at churches in the Starkville area and in their hometowns, at Sally Kate Winter’s Memorial Children’s Home, Habitat for Humanity, at Girl Scout Troop in the Starkville area, and numerous other places.

            The sisters of Epsilon Eta love having the opportunity to be involved in and give back to our campus and our community in a variety of ways. We feel that our involvement is one way in which we are fulfilling our membership in Alpha Delta Pi and striving towards the ideals set forth by our founders.

 


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