RecruitmentKappa Chapter of Phi Mu
A Place to Call Home
Discover Phi Mu
College is exciting and sometimes challenging, but joining a sorority can help you navigate these times. Phi Mu at the University Tennessee Knoxville provides a place you can call home, somewhere to belong and surround yourself with women who want you to be your best self.
Phi Mu means something different to each of our sisters, but our shared bonds of traditions and values ties us to one another, Phi Mus across the nation, and the Phi Mu alums who came before us.
From you first days in our sisterhood to getting a Big through your post college years as an alumnae, Phi Mu will offer you connections through our shared bond.
Be the Best You
Our chapter promotes strong values and embodies love, honor, and truth. Our women thrive in our environment centered around sisterhood, accountability, and authenticity — empowering each of us to be our personal best self.
Lead with Courage
Within Phi Mu, there are numerous ways to be involved through elected or appointed positions, committees, and more. Most of our members are active in other organizations on campus, even holding leadership roles!
Lend a Helping Hand
The first line of our creed is “To lend to those less fortunate a helping hand” demonstrating the importance of service to Phi Mu. We’re extremely grateful to have our local philanthropy, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, just a few blocks from campus. This provides us ample opportunities to be involved and give back.
A Note from Our Recruitment Chair
Hi! My name is Madilyn Akers, and I’m incredibly excited to serve as this year’s Vice President of Recruitment for Phi Mu.
I can’t believe that recruitment is right around the corner, and I hope that you’re as excited as I am.
While it can be seen as a stressful time, recruitment is meant to be fun and help you find your home away from home at UT.
I hope you take each opportunity as a chance to learn about our chapters, so that you can find the best fit for you.
I wish each of you a wonderful recruitment, and (as always) Go Vols!