Delta Tau

at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

Chapter History

Alpha Xi Delta's Founders left us a great legacy. They taught us the value of education because it frees us to achieve our goals and gives us the power to be whatever we choose. They taught us to support one another through shared experiences and understanding. They taught us to serve others and reach out to better the lives of those less fortunate. Because of them, Alpha Xi Delta continues to inspire countless bold and talented women to realize their potential.‚Äč

Alpha Xi Delta was the very first nationally chartered sorority at UW Oshkosh. With roots back to 1922, this organization began with the name Gamma Sigma. They had a limit of 25 members who participated in campus life, promoted acquaintances and sustained the study of literature. On December 11, 1965 the women of Gamma Sigma became officially known as Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity. Despite folding in 1972, the women of the Delta Tau chapter were re-chartered in 1986 and have been on campus ever since.

 

The Symphony of Alpha Xi Delta 

These things do we earnestly desire:

A clear vision of life that with gracious and kindly hearts we may share in both joy and sorrow and bring into living reality the sisterhood of women.

An appreciation of real merit and worth, steadfast of soul, that without bitterness or defeat we may encounter misfortune and with humility meet success.

These things, O Lord, help us to instill within our hearts that we may grow in courage, graciousness, and peace.