Alpha Delta Sigma
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Alpha Delta Sigma
Alpha Delta Sigma
FoundedNovember 14, 1913; 106 years ago (1913-11-14)
University of Missouri

Alpha Delta Sigma () is a professional fraternity in the field of advertising.[1] It was founded on November 14, 1913 as a men's national professional advertising fraternity at University of Missouri.

It merged with Gamma Alpha Chi, which had been formed February 9, 1920[4] at University of Missouri as a female counterpart to Alpha Delta Sigma, in 1972. In 1964, Alpha Delta Sigma had 50 undergraduate and 11 professional chapters and Gamma Alpha Chi had 37 chapters of which 22 were active.

The merged fraternity was headquartered at Texas Tech University. In 1973, the fraternity was merged into the American Advertising Federation, however the AAF continues to use the name Alpha Delta Sigma for their Collegiate programs for the National Honor Society.


  1. ^ a b William Raimond Baird (1991). Baird's Manual of American College Fraternities. Baird's Manual Foundation, Incorporated.
  2. ^ John McDonough; Karen Egolf (18 June 2015). The Advertising Age Encyclopedia of Advertising. Taylor & Francis. pp. 1037-. ISBN 978-1-135-94913-6.
  3. ^ "Induction Ceremony for Alpha Delta Sigma" (PDF). 2010-08-24. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "University of Nebraska-Lincoln Yearbook 1928: Image 371". Transcribe UNL. Retrieved .

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