In honor of 90 years of Panhellenic on Auburn University’s campus, each week Panhellenic will be spotlighting one chapter of our 18 sororities.
This week we will be featuring the Alpha Mu chapter of Phi Mu.
The official symbols of Phi Mu is the quatrefoil and their colors are Rose and White. Their motto is “"Les Soeurs Fideles" or "The Faithful Sisters.”
Their mascot is the lion and their flower is the rose carnation.
Phi Mu was chartered on Auburn’s campus in 1943.
Phi Mu hosts multiple philanthropy events every year in the fall and spring semesters in addition to benefit nights.
One philanthropy event Phi Mu hosts is Bonnamu, a crawfish boil to raise money for Children's Miracle Network Hospital.
On Valentine’s Day each year, Phi Mu sells carnations on the concourse to help raise money for CMNH.
Phi Mu hosts a baby supply drive benefiting Piedmont Columbus Regional Children's Hospital and hospital visits each semester.
Phi Mu has received several national awards including: Financial Honor Roll 2018, Chapter Total Award 2018, Formal Recruitment Quota Award 2018, Academic Honor Roll 2018 and the
The Ideal Sister Award: in recognition of outstanding dedication to the Phi Mu Fraternity in 1989,1993,1994,1990,1991,1995 and 1996.
The Sisterhood Award, awarded to members in our chapter that exemplify outstanding sisterhood and dedication to the Phi Mu Fraternity: Sandra Arnett, 1990; Lori King, 1994; Katy Law, 1998; Shelly Jarosz, 1991; Jenny Alms, 1995 and Beth Howes, 1999.
The Kim Flyod Campus Involvement Award in 1989,1993,1990,1994, 1998, 1991,1995, 1999,1992 and 1996.
Honorable Mention for Social Service/ Philanthropy in 1992; Sigma Chi Derby Day Champions in 2001, 2004, 1965; Outstanding Collegiate Website Award in 2006 and the Philomathean Society in 2014.
Auburn University’s Student Government Association presented the Phi Mu chapter the Spirit Point Program, 3rd place, 1999-2000.
Phi Mu was the sorority that raised the most money at Auburn University Dance Marathon 2019.
Phi Mu was colonized as the Alpha Mu chapter at Auburn University in 1943. Ever since then, the Alpha Mu chapter has grown to be a strong influence at Auburn.