Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta, a national Panhellenic sorority, helps women realize their potential. Alpha Xi Delta was established as a chapter at Marian University in November 1995. The Theta Tau chapter, originally known as the local sorority Alpha Sigma Delta, has been active on campus since the winter of 1993. Alpha Xi Delta offers unique opportunities for personal development through participation in local and national activities. The sisters of the Theta Tau chapter have close bonds and enjoy a lifelong sisterhood. Alpha Xi Delta’s national philanthropy is Autism Speaks and the chapter is actively involved in the Fond du Lac community. Alpha Xi Delta participates at the Ronald McDonald House and the Boys and Girls Club.
Tamera Werkheiser, President, email@example.com
Alexis Nelson, Membership Vice President, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha Xi Delta is a sorority that inspires women to realize their potential by providing opportunities for sisterhood, leadership, knowledge and service. We have been at Marian University for 20 years and want to continue to grow our sisterhood and help wonderful new women join our organization.
Tuesdays at 6pm, only for initiated and pledged members
What are some of your org’s major events and activities?
We host events almost every month to have fun and meet new people. We also have events to raise support and awareness for our philanthropy, Autism Speaks.
Why should people join this organization?
If you are looking to join a fun and friendly group of women and want to learn new things about yourself and realize your own potential, then this group is for you! There are so many great opportunites when you join a sorority.
Who can join?
Any undergraduate female student is welcome to participate in our recruitment events throughout the school year to gain membership. We also pay semester dues and have a GPA requirement of 2.5.
Tarra Bourgeois, email@example.com
Theta Phi Alpha
Theta Phi Alpha, a national Panhellenic social sorority, was established at Marian University in April 1997. The sisters of Theta Phi Alpha strive to uphold the sorority mission statement: “to provide close comradeship; to advance education, social, and philanthropic interests and leadership training; to encourage spiritual development and adherence to the highest moral standards; and to promote lifelong bonds of friendship.” The national philanthropies focus on the homeless in the United States. Locally, the chapter is committed to service with several organizations, including the Solutions Center, a shelter for homeless families and women suffering from domestic violence.