Welcome to the Epsilon Eta Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta! We are so glad to so glad to see you engaging with our chapter and members through this website. The Epsilon Eta chapter is comprised of 65 women who are motivated to achieve success in their personal, professional, and academic lives with the support of Alpha Xi Delta. In our 53rd year at South Dakota State University, each current member strives to carry out the legacy our founding sisters created for us in 1893. Nationally, Alpha Xi Delta has grown into a strong organization consisting of more than 175,000 initiated members.
Our sisters have a strong passion for carrying out our four pillars of excellence- sisterhood, leadership, knowledge, and service- in all aspects of their college experience at SDSU. Diversity and inclusion are influential in all decisions made with regards to daily chapter operations, community outreach, academic success, and philanthropic involvement. Our women create an environment stimulating to professional and academic excellence; the results of these opportunities are evident in having earned the highest All-Greek GPA at SDSU. Chapter officers develop activities that encourage relationships and personal maturation lasting well beyond our time at SDSU. The sisters of this chapter are passionate about community outreach and service, especially through our philanthropic work with Autism Speaks. Through each professional, personal, or communal opportunity, Alpha Xi Delta inspires each sister to realize her full potential.
As you discover more about our chapter through this site, we hope you can see small glimpses of what sisterhood means to the women of the Epsilon Eta chapter. Whether you are a family member or friend curious about our chapter, or a young woman seeking out how Alpha Xi Delta can impact their college experience at SDSU, we appreciate your interest in our chapter. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me! I would love to help you learn about Alpha Xi Delta and what makes this experience so special.
Alpha Xi Delta-Epsilon Eta President