Sisterhood Resources

Our Sisterhood isn’t defined to a chapter facility, college campus or alumnae association meeting. No matter what is going on in the world, Alpha Xi Deltas continue to inspire one another to realize their potential. Below are some resources for you to continue and strengthen your bonds of Sisterhood. 

Facebook Groups
The two largest Alpha Xi Delta Facebook groups are linked below. Please note that these groups are not managed by Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity Headquarters and monitored independently by Sisters. 

Alpha Xi Delta Connection

Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae Connection

Sharing Content on Social Media

With April being World Autism Month and also Founders’ Day being on April 17, here are ways to show your support on social media and share with Sisters.


Continue to check back here and also see our blog for new content. We’ve divided things into categories based on the five elements of wellbeing based on the book, Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements by Tom Rath and Jim Harter. This is a reflection of our A Clear Vision of Life: The Wellbeing Program. Click here to learn more about that program and see the current challenges.


Our Podcast Picks
With topics ranging from arts to education to society and culture, there is something for everyone. If you’re not sure where to start, choose a podcast from our list below and listen in during your morning commute (even if that has changed from driving to a quick walk from your bedroom to your dining room table), your evening run, or while folding laundry. 

Five-Minute Life Hacks
When you find yourself with just a few minutes to spare, but you still want to be super productive...we bring you: five 5-minute hacks. Meditations, organization tips and more are included in this list!

5 ways to virtually honor World Autism Month

Support small businesses in your community.
Many businesses are taking a hit right now and social media is a powerful word-of-mouth tool. Share with your friends and family about a good delivery menu at a family-owned restaurant, encourage people to buy gift cards to your favorite small boutique, or post about your hairstylist so they still have a pipeline of referrals even while things are on hold.

Take classes online.
Want to learn a new language? Or learn how to draw? We are all finding ourselves with a little more down time, so why not try and learn a new skill? You may even find a new network of people that you can connect with. Check out YouTube for tutorials, or here’s a link to some popular sites.

Several chefs and industry professionals have found a way to engage with social-distancing viewers via virtual classes. Click here to view a list. 

Get some culture.

  • The Metropolitan Opera is streaming nightly. Click here for the schedule.
  • BroadwayWorld is also posting clips of stars singing songs from popular shows.
  • Visit a museum without leaving the comfort of your home. Click here for a list.
  • Check out Google’s Arts and Culture page here.


Four Easy Tips to Save Money While Shopping
Ever spot a pair of shoes you adore online, but don’t want to pay full price and don’t have a coupon? Here are some helpful tips to find ways to save money when shopping online.

Books to Strengthen Your Financial Wellbeing
Are you a new college graduate looking for help in handling your financial resources? Or perhaps you’re a seasoned financial guru who might need to go back to the basics? Read through our book picks and try reading one (or more!) of the recommended books. Happy reading!

Finding Ways Around Your Home to Save Money
Too often we think about the daunting, huge changes that can be a part of money saving, however try a few of the ideas to take smaller, more manageable steps towards one of your financial goals.  


Host a Netflix Party.
Netflix Party is a new way to watch Netflix with your friends online. Netflix Party synchronizes video playback and adds group chat to your favorite Netflix shows. Learn more.

Meet virtually for coffee or start an online book club.
The following apps and programs are free and can be used to set up a video group chat to stay connected to friends and family members.

  • FaceTime
  • Skype
  • Google Hangouts
  • Zoom
  • Facebook Messenger

Play virtual games with friends and family.

Play Jeopardy Online
Every week day there are a new set of J!6 clues to test you and keep your mind sharp. Play now.

Scrabble Go
Download the Scrabble Go app and get ready to play. Learn more here.


Calm's signature ten-minute meditation is offered Monday through Friday on their Facebook and YouTube pages. Each day they will explore an inspiring new theme and mindfulness concept.
Think about what you’re grateful for.
You can do this in a journal, writing down one gratitude a day, or doodling out people, pets, and other things you’re grateful for in a sketchbook. Quartz’s Katherine Foley has done this exercise in the form of keeping a “happiness jar,” and you can read all about how to do that here.

Here are links to some of our most interesting issues of The Quill.  

The first issue of The Quill

Golden Jubilee issue of The Quill

100th Anniversary of Alpha Xi Delta Issue

100th Anniversary of The Quill

125th Anniversary of Alpha Xi Delta Issue