Welcome to the Alpha Xi Delta homepage at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire! 




We sent off seven beautiful senior ladies this semester. We wish you all the best of luck in everything you do!



Congratulations to Hilary Stone, Tianna Harnack, Maggie Nelson, Lizzy Harris, Alaina Streblow, Heidi Klein, and Denae Nygren!




Our 9th Annual AmaXIng Challenge: Teeter-Totter-a-Thon was successfully held on April 16-17th in front of Davies Center!


Chapter sisters took hour-long shifts on our custom built teeter-totter to raise funds and awareness for our national philanthropy, Autism Speaks.


Our goal was to raise $7,000. We raised approximately $200 per sister, totaling $7,587.47 and beating our goal by over $500!



The Epsilon Alpha chapter of Alpha Xi Delta successfully hosted our first 5K walk/run on November 9, 2013.

All proceeds raised went to Autism Speaks! Thank you to all those that participated in this amaxing event!

Autism Speaks. Alpha Xi Delta listens.


Convention 2013 was an amaXIng opportunity to grow and learn with sisters from around the country! 


 From left to right: Brittany LeBahn, Denae Nygren, Becky Soderholm (alum), Hilary Stone, Makenzie Provorse (alum) and Anja Meerwald (alum) with MSPAA Philanthropy Awards


At Convention our Epsilon Alpha chapter was given two awards:

Academic Achievement Excellence Award for ranking #1 on campus and earning a 3.0 or above for both terms in the 2012-2013 school year 

Order of the Quill for sending in all reports completed and on time

Congrats to all chapters across the country for the awards they received and to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Alumnae Association (MSPAA) for recieving the Autism Advocate Award!




Alpha Xi Delta's across the country have helped raise over $2,000,000 for Autism Speaks!


Click here to see the amaXIng tribute video our National Headquarters made, you may even see some familiar faces :)


 "People ask why I am in a sorority and I try to explain all the things a sorority is that they cannot see. A sorority is more than letters on a sweatshirt, I say. More than traditional songs, a gold pin, rituals, an obligation, or a way of life. A sorority is learning about people. A sorority is giving without expecting a return. A sorority is earning respect from others, as well as for yourself. A sorority will not solve all your problems. But I have made good friends and found confidence there to help me take life one step at a time."


- Author Unknown


Last updated: September 18th, 2014

Chapter News

Epsilon Alpha has received the Academic Achievement Excellence Award for ranking #1 on campus and earning a 3.0 or above for both terms in the 2012-2013 school year (Read More!)