Alpha Epsilon Chapter | Florida State University

Welcome to Phi Mu

Hey, y’all! Welcome to the website of the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Phi Mu at Florida State University, I’m so glad that you decided to visit us! My name is Hayley and I am the Chapter President. If you are exploring the opportunities that sorority life may have to offer you, you have come to the right place. Our website will tell you everything you need to know from social events, to philanthropies, to how we spend quality time as sisters. Finding the right home for you can be a difficult decision, but we hope to give you a little bit of insight into our chapter’s ideals through this site.

If you’re interested in giving back to the community, check out our philanthropy tab to get a look at the work we do to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, our national philanthropy. We put on two events per year to raise money for CMNH, our most popular being Bonnamu, which is a battle of the bands competition. Maybe you’re interested in building lasting relationships with some amazing women; if that’s the case, hop on over to our Phi Mu events tab. Here you will find a number of different activities that we take part in as sisters throughout the year; this includes date functions, intramural sports, our two yearly sisterhood retreats, and events that our alumnae participate in. Lastly, our Campus Life tab will show you who exactly the women of Phi Mu at FSU are. We are widely involved across campus from Dance Marathon to Bat Girls and everything in between; I can almost guarantee that no matter what your passion is, there is a Phi Mu lady that shares it.

If you’re interested in learning more about joining Greek life, click on our recruitment tab to read a letter from our recruitment chair and find out why Phi Mu may be the right fit for you. Thanks again for visiting our site, I hope you enjoy exploring the beautiful sisterhood that is Phi Mu!

Hayley Brown, President | Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu

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