Theta Xi Educational

Foundation of Pittsburgh

Established in 1955 with a broad purpose: United in Service to our Chapters, Colleges, Communities, and Country


A charter granted on November 14, 1955, by the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, pursuant to the provisions of the Non-Profit Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of 1933, as amended, provides:

  • That the name of the corporation is “The Theta Xi Educational Foundation of Pittsburgh” and it shall “exist perpetually.”
  • That the “corporation does not contemplate pecuniary gain or profit, incidental or otherwise, to its members.”
  • That the purposes for which it is formed are: “To foster, promote, sponsor, aid, and encourage education of students at Carnegie Institute of Technology and such other college and universities as the corporation may select; and generally to use such lawful means as many be necessary for the accomplishment of the purposes aforesaid.”
  • That the corporation is “organized upon a non-stock basis.”
  • That the “carrying on of propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, or interfering in political campaigns are prohibited.”

About and Purposes

The Foundation's primary mission is to raise tax deductible funds in support of the educational needs of students in the Allegheny District of Theta Xi National Fraternity.... Read More.


Past National Presidents

The Theta Xi Educational Foundation of Pittsburgh gladly presents, for the first time, an entire list of past national presidents, complete with pictures and bios... Read More

History of Theta Xi

Theta Xi is one of North America's oldest general fraternities with a rich and proud history. Founded April 29, 1864, it is the only general fraternity founded during the Civil War... Read More