Mission: To provide educational programming and scholarship assistance to the undergraduate members of theta xi fraternity.
Programs: Leadership development: the presidents academy focuses on learning to apply leadership competencies including influencing peers to grasp a shared vision, motivating/empowering chapter members for engagement, and decision-making style/skills through activities including common problem-solving, support, and sharing of ideas designed for small groups. The rising stars academy is an interactive and experimental academy that provides members an opportunity to assess and develop their leadership styles and skills, gather ideas to strengthen their chapters in the areas of recruitment, membership education and overall operations, and strengthens team building skills through an outdoor leadership challenge course. The district leadership academies are held at host chapters throughout the country and provide undergraduate leaders and members with the opportunity to participate in educational programs and leadership development activities that address current campus and fraternity issues and expands each member's educational opportunities while providing valuable leadership and citizenship training.
academic grants includes funding scholarships and academic achievement awards.
leadership grants support undergraduate attendance at educational and leadership programs and grants to purchase, build, remodel or provide resources for educational areas of chapter houses for the benefit of undergraduate members.
foundation provides undergraduate members of theta xi fraternity with new opportunities and special services, while contributing to society in general, and educational endeavors in particular. Annual fund drives fund leadership and educational activities that aid in the personal development of members including values into action, an award winning program that focuses on personal values education; brother to brother focuses on substance abuse education and intervention skills; roadmap provides groups a method to self-evaluate their vales, teach critical thinking skills, and addresses the roles of mentors and how to recruit and train them to help undergraduate members. The foundation also funds a housing loan program that assists chapters in obtaining, remodeling and furnishing chapter houses. These programs are provided for the benefit of all undergraduates members.