Since its creation in 1852 as a literary society, Phi Mu Fraternity has been committed to academic achievement and excellence.
To honor academic excellence, Phi Mu Foundation provides scholarships to girls who maintain a 3.0 GPA or above. This is meant to ease the pressures of financial obligations and allow sisters to focus on academics.
In keeping with our history and traditions, the Theta Gamma chapter is just as dedicated. To maintain these high ideals we have designed an ever-improving system in which our sisters are aided and encouraged to excel academically.
At the beginning of each semester, each Phi Mu sister signs a contract in which she commits to maintain a GPA above 2.8. The sisters who fall below the necessary GPA are encouraged to study with sisters through different programs like study hours and study buddies.
Sisters who maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA are inducted into the Phi Mu Lion's Den Honor Society, the first of its kind among the seven Panhellenic sororities. Beginning in the fall, Lion's Den inductees are asked to serve as study partners for sisters whose GPA is below requirement.