After 1921, the Washington Chapter continued to grow and prosper. It remained one of the most preeminent and popular fraternities at the University of Washington, and became one of the strongest chapters in Alpha Delta Phi International. To accommodate its growth, in 1928, the Washington Chapter completed construction of a beautiful new chapter house. That chapter house has been the home of Washington Alpha Delts ever since.

Between 1928 and 1996, the Washington Chapter enjoyed virtually continuous growth and prosperity; it was consistently recognized as one of the strongest and most popular fraternities at the University of Washington, and as a leader in scholarship, athletics, social activities, student government, and philanthropy. The Washington Chapter also historically distinguished itself among other chapters of Alpha Delta Phi. For instance, after Alpha Delta Phi International introduced the "E.O. Blackman Outstanding Chapter Award" in 1978, the Washington Chapter won that award in 1980, 1981, 1982, 1985 and 1991.

 More importantly, consistent with Alpha Delta Phi's core ideals, the Washington Chapter strived to help its brothers become "entire men." Indeed, the chapter historically provided each brother with ample opportunities to engage in social activities, athletic activities, and charitable activities, while simultaneously fostering an environment conducive to academic excellence.

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