★ CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT ★
Involvement within our campus as well as our community is one of the most important things to us at Phi Mu, and we pride ourselves on it. It's important to us to give back not just to each other within our chapter, but to those surrounding us as well. We believe that active participation and leadership in our campus community is vital to an enriching, fulfilling collegiate experience and a part of living our values. Plus, with the diversity of the organizations in which we're involved, you'll always be able to find someone who shares your interests!
phi mu on campus
In nearly every campus organization, you can find a Phi Mu sister! We have sisters holding leadership positions in Student Government, Senate, Florida Cicerones, Dance Marathon, WUFT Newsroom, Project Makeover, Green Greeks, Campus Diplomats, Florida Greek Ambassadors, CLAS Ambassadors, The Agency, Florida Blue Key, Florida Players, UF Panhellenic, Panhellenic Judicial Board, PaCE Association, Hispanic Student Association, Filipino Student Association, RecSports and more!
Aside from our own philanthropy, we have sisters volunteering with Dance Marathon, Project Makeover, Shands, Camp Kesem, March of Dimes, St. Francis, PK Younge, TOPSoccer, United Way Reading Pals, North Florida, Gainesville Physical Therapy and Wellness, Fundamental Therapy Solutions, VA Hospital, and more!
We are literally active on campus, taking part in teams like UF Cheerleading, UF Club Cheerleading, UF Club Soccer, UF Club Lacrosse, UF Club Water Polo, UF Club Swim and Dive Team, as well as partaking in a variety of intramural sports like soccer, basketball, softball, and flag football among others.
We have sisters involved in honors such as Phi Sigma Pi National Honors Faternity, Golden Key Honor Society, Beta Alpha Psi (National Accounting Honor Organization), the UF Honors Progra, Criminology and Law Honor Society and the Order of Omega Honor Society.
We also have members involved in publications like The Independent Florida Alligator, Her Campus, Rowdy Magazine and Spoon University.