DELTA XI PHI sorority was founded April 20th, 1994 on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus, by fifteen young women.

These women recognized a need for an organization that appreciated the different cultures present on their college campus. Multicultural awareness, as well as community service, the empowerment of women in higher education, friendship and sisterhood were also important aspects of DELTA XI PHI.

AT A GLANCE

26 Chapters in 15 states.

Over 6,500 hours of service. | Over $5,000 raised towards our philanthropy - The American Cancer Society. | Average GPA nation-wide > 3.15
data from 2019 report

Delta Xi Phi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. is also a proud founding member of the National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC).


ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
 
NLC 2022 News!

Summer will be here before we know it. Know what that means? Preparations for NLC 2022 are underway!

We are looking forward to the days of national community, sisterhood, and learning! We can't wait to return to Greenville, South Carolina. Thursday, July 28 (arrival) - Sunday, July 31 (departure for home states). It's time to start thinking about attendance and representation.

UPDATE: National Board apps & Amendment Proposal forms are on GreekTrack! See our Linktree in our bio!

Stay tuned for the 2022 theme reveal.

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Fall/Winter 2021 Alum Newsletter

"Let's get real. The pandemic isn't going away anytime soon. While some of us have adjusted to the "new normal", many of us are still struggling; especially our active chapters. Let me be candid, vulnerable, open, and honest with you regarding what is happening at our chapters and what they need. More than ever, alum support is important for the future of our chapters and our sorority. $5, 5 minutes, 5 check-ins with people from your alma mater will make an entire world of difference for our actives.

The Alum Newsletter for Summer 2021 recently went out! Have you had a chance to read it in full?

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