This sorority has come a LONG way, especially in the last couple years. More Phi Mus are involved on campus and volunteer activities. It seems like they’ve been doing well at recruitment, especially this past year. Their social media presence is great! Friendly, strong, and talented group of ladies.
Associates with:Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity
Phi Mu is a bottom tier sorority that should be a top tier. They give bids to almost anyone who enters their suite during rush, but struggles to meet quota. Despite this, most genuinely care about their sisters and anyone on campus. They try to be active in activities on campus and seem to always try make a good name for their chapter.
Associates with:Tau Kappa Epsilon FraternityZeta Tau Alpha Sorority
On the rise and getting better and better!
Associates with:Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority
So many people bash on Phi Mu, but no one can deny that this year’s pledge class is STEPPING UP. Phi Mu’s are involved in so many places on campus, and they’re definitely on the rise. So much friendliness and so many genuine girls. Good things are coming from Phi Mu.
Associates with:Phi Kappa Tau FraternityZeta Tau Alpha Sorority
A bunch of very fun girls who have a great sisterhood. They're very involved on campus, and I always see them together. They always handle themselves well on weekends too.
Greek life is not for me, but if I were to rush, Phi Mu would be a top choice. It may not have the prettiest suite, but I can't understand why people would call it the "worst" sorority (or why sororities are considered better or worse in the first place--they're just different from each other, and it seems pubescent to put those kind of labels on somewhat arbitrary groupings). The members seem committed to having fun as sisters in whatever way they can and have lots of inside jokes and cute traditions like tying ribbons on tree branches to represent their "family". They're all so proud to be part of something together, and you can really tell they want you to join when they welcome you to their recruitment events. They seem like a fun and quirky bunch and I'd recommend them to any woman considering Greek life.
Really nice girls who are super genuine. Not super popular, but they have great sisterhood. They are very involved on campus and are just a very welcoming bunch. Considered "bottom tier" but I don't think it's fair considering all the positive aspects within their organization.
This sorority has some work to do, but the new pledge class is stepping up! Hopefully, Phi Mu does well in their next recruitment :)
The Phi Mu's are not cookie cutters: they are all different in looks, talents, majors, backgrounds, etc. They are all very involved, in fact there are several that are so involved that I don't know how they do it. Most of the girls go out to parties, but there is a handful or so that don't creating a great mix. Their sisterhood is amazing. They are always there for each other and I've never heard any of them talk bad about one of their sisters (something I hear from other chapters of campus)
Some girls are nice enough, but overall seem to be super cliquey. Doesn't have great relations with a lot of the other groups on campus and seem to look down on other organizations
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