Welcome to the website of the Nu Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi at Northeastern University. We hope you utilize this resource to learn more about our rich local and national history.
All interested are encouraged to visit the Recruitment page on our website or our Facebook page for more information. The brotherhood looks forward to meeting and getting to know all of those interested in our chapter!
Brotherhood isn’t something that you can explain to somebody, you have to experience it yourself to truly understand what it’s like. For Alpha Delta Phi, this is where we thrive. Even when I was a freshman the older guys treated me as their brother, and now going into my junior year I plan on doing the same. If it wasn’t for this fraternity I wouldn’t have met my best friends who I will stay close with until the day I die, and I wouldn’t have had all of the great memories over the past three years.
We also have a lot of fun. Rush ADP.
On September 15, 2012 the brothers of Alpha Delta Phi, Nu Epsilon Zeta Chapter, participated in the Harbor to the Bay bike ride to benefit A I D S research. This marked the tenth anniversary of the ride, which has raised almost $2.5 million historically to date.
Launched in 2003, all proceeds of the ride have been donated to four local A I D S organizations specializing in research, health care, and supporting those who have been afflicted by the disease: Fenway Health Center, A I D S Support Group of Cape Cod, Community Research Initiative, and A I D S Action Committee of Massachusetts. The ride is a one day 125 mile bike ride from Boston to Provincetown.
This year the brothers collectively raised $1400 towards the cause, with one brother representing the chapter and participating in the ride itself. Overall the ride was a huge success and a record breaker in terms of fundraising, with close to $500,000 being raised by all participants for A I D S research and support.
This past summer, at the national Alpha Delta Phi convention in Illinois, Nu Epsilon Zeta chapter delegate Benjamin Ratner accepted the award for Most Improved Undergraduate Chapter! A proud accomplishment for the fraternity, our success can be largely traced to improved brotherhood participation, innovative and effective recruitment practices, and hard work and dedication from the executive board and individual chairs. Coming forth from this tremendous feat, Nu Epsilon Zeta plans to continue building momentum as it moves forward, setting its sights on the coveted “Best Undergraduate Chapter” award at next year’s convention.