Phi Mu

The National Women’s History Museum and Phi Mu Fraternity work together in a unique and collaborative philanthropic alliance to educate and inspire Phi Mu collegiate and alumnae members about the Museum and its mission. Through active participation in national and local philanthropic efforts, Phi Mu will impact lasting change and help contribute to the Museum’s innovative educational programs and building a national women’s history museum in Washington, DC. 


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About Phi Mu

Founded in 1852, Phi Mu is the second oldest sorority in the nation and is a women’s organization which provides personal and academic development, service to others, commitment to excellence and lifelong friendship through a shared tradition. For more than 160 years, Phi Mu’s 200,000 collegiate and alumnae women have been vibrant members of college campuses and in their communities, and members like Geraldine "Jerrie" Mock, Edith "Jackie" Ronne, and Dr. Mary Ellen Weber have made a remarkable impact on our country's history. Phi Mu is also committed to preserving and honoring their own history in archives in Georgia and a digitized collection of biographies and photos online.