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Wesleyan College Archives & Special Collections

Sororities

In 1851 and 1852, the first two secret societies for women were established at Wesleyan College.  The Adelphean Society (Alpha Delta Pi) and the Philomathean Society (Phi Mu) were the only two on campus until 1910.  The Alpha Kappa Psi Delta chapter (Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Gamma chapter, 1914) began in 1910, followed by the Pi chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha in 1913.  All four of the sororities were completely off campus by 1917  Though they have been gone for over 100 years, their influence is still seen today.

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