Alpha Rho Chapter at University of Louisiana at Monroe

Why Join Phi Mu

Why Join Phi Mu

 Maybe you have it all figured out, maybe not. In either case you'll need friends to help you along the way. Girlfriends. Sisters. Friends committed to you through a lifetime of ups and downs. Friends who'll help you grow as a person and as a leader. Friends who'll be there when you realize that you really don't have it all figured out. Friends who'll need you to be there for them, too. You know the type. They are the girlfriends who demonstrate that BFF sort of connection with you. They are there to build you up and to be by your side as you build up others. They have a special sort of energy about them. They are vibrant. And they're looking forward to friending you at Phi Mu.

Four Reasons YOU should be a Phi Mu:

  • To Make Friends
  • To Be The Best You
  • For An Opportunity To Lead
  • Because You Like To Help Others

 

Individuals join Phi Mu for many reasons. For some, its a pathway to campus involvement. For many, its the friendship of over 100 sisters who love and support them in every walk of life; a home away from home. However, for each woman who joins, Phi Mu not only meets her expectations, but it goes above and beyond! 

 

For the woman who wants campus activity: Our members are involved in many campus activities. Whether its SGA, Campus Activities Board (CAB), or honor societies, the ladies of Phi Mu make their mark on campus! Phi Mu Fraternity encourages its members to be leaders on campus and in life. Our members are also in a number of majors on campus. It's likely to have a sister in your major, or even your classes, and members often form study groups. If you spend countless hours in the library studying, we promise you that you will never be there without a sister studying next to you.

  

For the woman who wants friendships: Our bond is one that goes above and beyond anything we could have ever expected. Every one of our members has memories that will last a lifetime. Our creed, our badge, and our symbols all remind us of what we stand for and the bond that we share, but it is the women surrounding us that remind us of what really makes up our fraternity - sisterhood.  

 

What does Phi Mu mean to us?

Phi Mu means so much more than having sisters 
and a home. Being a Phi Mu means giving myself to  something so much more wonderful than I can imagine. Phi Mu  makes me want to be a better and stronger 
woman. She makes me want to give myself to
 those who need my time most. Phi Mu has 
transformed me into a woman I never thought I 
could be. Being a Phi Mu means striving to become a "noble" woman!

 - Tara Nordan (Academic Advisor) 

 

Greek life started as something I was just going to try; I wasn't sure if it was for me, but then I found Phi Mu. I found a true home away from home. A place where I can always be myself. I found the sisters that I never knew I needed, the girls that lift me and support me every single day. I found the sisters that I will never be able to live without in Phi Mu. Phi Mu has allowed me to grow into the person I have always wanted to be. This fraternity has offered me more than I could have ever imagined. Being in Phi Mu means being a part f something bigger than yourself. Phi Mu is 167 years of traditions through this vibrant sisterhood. Phi Mu means forever.

-Madisyn Barton (Recruitment Chair)

 

Phi Mu has always been more than a fraternity to me. Phi Mu has given me numerous leadership opportunities and allowed me to discover my full potential. I've served as Academic Excellence Chair, Executive Secretary, and now President. I was also able to attend Phi Mu Leadership Institute last summer and grow in my confidence among other Phi Mu women who push me to be my best self. Phi Mu has given me sisters that became my best friends and biggest supporters. Being a member in Phi Mu is incredibly rewarding and gives me the chance to be apart of something bigger than myself. I couldn't imagine my college experience or life without Phi Mu. 

-Jaden Lee (President)

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