Phi Mu Foundation recognizes outstanding academic achievement through awards programs, such as a silver charm for members who achieve a 4.0 for a semester, and over $100,000 in scholarships each year for undergraduate and graduate members who excel academically.
As a collegiate organization, Phi Mu strongly believes in helping our sisters achieve their academic goals. Phi Mu offers over $100,000 in scholarships to its members to promote academic achievement. The Beta Eta chapter is also a proud supporter of achieving academic success. The chapter has an executive board position titled the Academic Excellence Chairman, which is devoted to creating programs and events that help our members to boost their GPAs and improve their education in fun and encouraging ways.
This past semester, the Beta Eta chapter hosted various events to promote academics including weekly study tables, “Geek of the Week” awards, fun study breaks during finals week, and an academic banquet in which high achieving members were awarded with gifts.
As a whole, Phi Mu works hard each semester academically, and it is prominent in the Greek Life GPA statistics. For the fall semester 2013, Phi Mu had the 6th of all of the sororities on campus. All of our members deserve congratulations for contributing to Phi Mu’s outstanding semester and cumulative GPAs. A special congratulation goes out to the following members for obtaining an exceptional semester GPA. Your hard work does not go unnoticed, and it should be highest semester GPA out recognized as a great achievement.
Cumulative GPA: 3.32
Ranked 7th out of 17 sororities on campus!
President's List Fall 2015 (this list recognizes students with a 4.00 GPA or a 3.95 and above in the Farmer School of Business):
Olivia Clark • Lauren Flot • Elissa How • Allison Rosebrough • Sydney Stevens • Taylor Kaine
Dean's List Fall 2015 (this is list recognizes students with a 3.60 in the Farmer School of Business, a 3.70 in the College of Arts and Sciences, a 3.80 in the College of Education, Health, and Society, a 3.60 in the College of Engineering and Computing, a 3.60 in the College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences, and a 3.70 in the College of Creative Arts):
Julia Carter • Maggie Feazell • Kaitlyn Foye • Taylor Gladieux • Kelsey Groll • Emily How • Kristen Koch • Courtney Leggett • Taylor Myers • Jordan Scarborough • Emily Sharrett • Stephanie Slouffman • Morgan Sunshein • Lauren Tullis • Liana Clareson • Melissa English • Corinne Lauderback • Meghan LeMon • Molly McConaughey • Maddie Mitchell • Julia Peck • Linday Peterson • Aimee Pohan