Letter From the President
Phi Mu Epsilon Pi welcomes you to take a glimpse into the sisterhood that embodies our ideals of love, honor, and truth. Our chapter prides itself in upholding the bond of our noble sisterhood since 1852.
Phi Mu is not just an organization in which we are a part of during our collegiate years, but a bond shared throughout a lifetime and generations that provides support, love, and sisterhood. This year marks the 166th year of this, our fraternity. Little did our three founders know that a decision made in 1852 would have such a great impact on so many women. Now, Phi Mu Fraternity is made up of many empowered and dedicated women who strive to live their lives by the Creed our Founder’s wrote so long ago.
This sisterhood has given me my roomates all four years here at Tarleton, my best friends, my co-workers, and my future bridesmaids. It has allowed me to succeed and flourish as a student, sister, daughter, and now the leader that I am today. In my experience in Phi Mu, I have served as the Phi class spirit chairman, and KROP committee member, recording secretary. As President, I strive to make sure every sister feels valued and loved. I hope to encourage personal growth towards each member in order to contribute to the overall excellence of Phi Mu, Epsilon Pi. These past 4 years have been some of the greatest years of my life and I hope that you, one day find the joy and love that I have had the pleasure of sharing with these, my beloved sisters!