Delta Xi was originally chartered on April 10, 1976 in Commerce, TX.
The chapter was founded by brothers initiated in Theta Theta chapter (ETSU) who had graduated, but were still in the area attending graduate school and wanting to remain active in Omega.
Bro. David Talbot was the first Basileus,
The chapter was very active during this period. Membership increased as 5 other men were initiated into Omega through Delta Xi.
As brothers left graduate school and went into the world of work, most in different directions away from Commerce, activity in the chapter dwindled. In an attempt to maintain the chapter and remain financial, the chapter continued to have one annual meeting to sustain Delta Xi. The meeting took place in Athens, TX on Juneteenth. Eventually the chapter became inactive.
In 1987 a new brother moved to Greenville and determined that the area needed the positive influence of Omega. After meeting several other frats in the area, a plan was formulated to get a chapter in the area. After the existence of Delta Xi was discovered, the brothers decided to reactivate the charter. After several rounds of correspondence with district and north Texas officials, on Nov. 1, 1989, Delta Xi was officially reactivated for Greenville and Commerce with Bro. Robert Woodson as the latest Basileus. Since that time, the chapter has reclaimed brothers from Rowlett and Dallas.
The chapter has expanded with the initiation of three brothers in May 1993, and one brother in April 1994.
Since reactivation the chapter has participated in numerous community uplift activities including a tutorial program, scholarship awards, community and civic leadership. The chapter has also made a name for itself on the local, district, and international level by being small in number, but great in deed.