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The Beta Xi chapter was chartered at Marietta College in 1945. In all facets of their lives, the women aspire to be the finest versions of themselves. Their superior academic performance is demonstrated by the chapter's regularly excellent GPA. These women work hard in class, but they are also all heavily involved in a number of organizations on and off campus, including sports and volunteer work. Their chapter organizes many fun philanthropic events throughout the year to fundraise for the Kindly Hearts Initiative. They are passionate about giving back and enabling every woman to reach her full potential. The sisters of Alpha Xi Delta make an effort to uphold their values of courage, graciousness, and peace each and every day.

Meya Derwacter,

Beta Xi

National Founding:
April 17, 1893 
Local Chartering:
May 26, 1945

National Website:

Kindly Hearts Initiative

Double Blue and Gold

Core Values:
Courage, Graciousness, and Peace

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Life in Alpha Xi Delta has been nothing but a dream. Between our loving sisters and our philanthropy, we love showing spirit on campus. Greek life has forever changed me for the good.

— Liz Roderick ’25


Alpha Xi Delta has been a resource where I feel welcomed and valued. The sisterhood has helped me to be active on campus, and to be aware of causes in our community l. I feel lucky to be surrounded by a group of such supportive and inclusive women.

— Bre Herrick ’26