Delta Alpha Pi
Delta Alpha Pi (DAPi) is an international honor society for students with documented disabilities. In addition to recognizing academic achievement, Delta Alpha Pi seeks to lessen and eventually eliminate the stigma and negative stereotyping that are historically associated with disabilities.
SAU members of Delta Alpha Pi identify themselves as honor students who have a disability. By openly acknowledging their disability status, they serve as role models for other students and advance the goals of DAPi on campus and in the community.
Overall, our members are working for an "aDAPtable world."
This is DAPi's third year at St. Ambrose University. The group hosts an annual initiation event each fall, as well as a paint and plant event.
Want to learn more? Contact Student Activities.
Former DAPi member Sarah Heffron '19 said, 'Without knowing yourself, you can't help other people. Without knowing your strengths and weaknesses, you can't succeed." Read about her Ambrosian experience here.