Letter From Membership Vice President
In 1893 ten women began their journey with the intention to start a women’s fraternity at Lombard College. Since then, Alpha Xi Delta has been uniting women across the nation and empowering them to realize their potential. Our Epsilon Eta chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was founded in 1986 and has helped many women come together to cherish the same values our founding sisters were inspired by. Sharing many of the same values is a strong bond that creates a home away from home through our sisterhood.
Greek letter organizations encourage young men and women to become active in their community while striving for philanthropic, social and academic success. These organizations encourage young adults to hold themselves to a high standard and stand as leaders for those around them. Our sisters can be seen holding many leadership rolls across campus and within the Brookings community. Greek life has inspired my sisters in Alpha Xi Delta and myself to explore our strengths, learn from our weaknesses and expand our horizons. Together, we have built life-long friendships and connections that will be beneficial when making the transition to a new chapter in our lives.
Epsilon Eta currently has 64 strong, bold, incredible women in our sisterhood, and we look forward to growing in years to come! If you or someone you know is interested in Greek life, please reach out and I will gladly provide you with recruitment registration information.
Membership Vice President