Letter From Membership Vice President
In 1893, ten women began a journey intending to create a women’s fraternity at Lombard College. Alpha Xi Delta has since united women across the nation and empowered them to realize their full potential. The Epsilon Eta chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was founded in 1968 at South Dakota State University. It has encouraged women to join in cherishing the same values and ideals our founders were inspired by. Sharing such things yields a bond not easily broken and fosters a home away from home during its member’s academic careers.
Greek letter organizations encourage young women to become active in their communities while striving for philanthropic, academic, and social success. The pillars of Alpha Xi Delta –Sisterhood, Leadership, Knowledge, and Service—are embodied by all in the Epsilon Eta chapter as each sister represents herself in all areas of campus life. I have watched my sisters lead, encourage, and motivate their peers in a manner that will forever impact South Dakota State University; yet our shared bond of sisterhood brings us together to celebrate our differences. Through joining Alpha Xi Delta, I have discovered my strengths and weaknesses, while exploring a diverse and unique atmosphere that is present during my collegiate career.
The Epsilon Eta chapter currently has sixty-one incredible young women who are part of its sisterhood and looks forward to growth that the future holds. If you, or someone you know, is interested in joining Alpha Xi Delta, please reach out and I will be glad to provide information regarding recruitment.
Membership Vice President