Phi Mu

photoFounded: January 4,1852 - Wesleyan College
Chartered at University of West Georgia: February 27, 1971
Flower: Enchantress Carnation  
Symbol: Lion
Colors: Rose and White
Nickname: Phi Mu
National Philanthropy: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
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In 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, three young women formed a sorority based on three ideals: love, honor, and truth. They were unaware that their bond would grow into one of the nation's oldest and largest sororities. Yet here at West Georgia, Phi Mu means even more to our chapter.

Socials, intramural games, and late nights hanging out on the hall- these are just a few of the things we enjoy. More importantly, it means growing close to a group of women who support each other. The ladies of Phi Mu participate in various activities each semester supporting our philanthropy, Children's Miracle Network, as well as events held on campus. Phi Mus are active in organizations across campus, such as SGA, The Marathon, Student Ambassadors, Student Orientation Leaders, and Student Activities Council.

To put it simply, Phi Mu is more that Greek letters or a pink jersey. It is the promise of a bond with your best friends, which lasts well beyond your days at West Georgia.