Alpha Xi Delta

Epsilon Rho at University of Southern Maine

Recommendations

Submitting a Member Recommendation Form is just one of the many ways you can help a chapter during recruitment. Information provided by alumnae and other members of Alpha Xi Delta help chapters recognize Alpha Xi Delta legacies and select strong women for membership in our organization. If you know an outstanding young woman who will be going through recruitment this year, please fill out the online form on the National Fraternity’s website, or you can download the form here and email it to memberservices@alphaxidelta.org.

 

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Member Recommendation Form

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"When I walked into recruitment, I felt so welcome. When I met every sister, my smile became so big. When I met my Big sister, I found a role model. When I became a sister, my heart felt so whole. Joining Alpha Xi Delta has helped me realize my potential and grow into a mature college student. We raise money for Autism Speaks and are all very close. Alpha Xi Delta is my home away from home and I can not wait to experience the next two years of college as an Alpha Xi Delta sister."

-Emily Dumont, Spring '17

"Alpha Xi Delta has given me the confidence to do what I never believed I could do before. My sisters have supported me and encouraged me to follow my dreams and realize my potential. I have learned so much from the positions I've held and the people I've met: Alpha Xi Delta was the best decision I've ever made. I never knew friendship until my sisters welcomed me home with open arms on Bid Day. Before Alpha Xi Delta I was confused and lost but my sisters and this organization have helped me grow into a driven and successful woman."

-Jordan Carpenter, Fall '15