Zeta Pi

University of San Diego, San Diego, California, November 5, 1977

Zeta Pi chapter was installed as the first NPC sorority on campus, joining a Greek system with only three national fraternities. With 20 charter initiates, the group was proud as Mayor Pete Wilson proclaimed the day as Alpha Delta Pi Day in San Diego. The chapter has no formal facilities but lives in off-campus houses passed down through Zeta Pi sisters. The chapter routinely is awarded the Dean's Trophy and often has the highest GPA on campus. They were the first to establish T.E.A.M., designed to unite all Greeks on campus. Jana Andriano Clayton has a long record of international service. Orline Coates Hames, Beta Xi - Montana, and Shirley Geiselman Kellogg, Alpha Psi - USC, were long serving advisors.