Phi Mu

Phi Mu
Alpha Beta Chapter
792 W. Maple Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Phi Mu crest

National Website

Chapter Website

Nickname  Phi Mu

Philanthropy  Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

Spring 2019:     3.429
Fall 2018:          3.422

Colors  Rose & White

Mascot  Lion

Flower  Pink Carnation

Symbol  Quatrefoil

Date Founded  March 4, 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA

Established at U of A  October 5, 1923 (recolonized September 2012)

Famous Alumnae
Jerrie Mock, first woman to fly around the world solo
Andi Dorfman, The Bachelorette Season 10
Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help
Pat Mitchell, president of PBS
Gayle S. Barron - winner of the Boston Marathon 1978

Fun Fact  Barbara Broyles, Frank Broyles late wife, was a Phi Mu.

Contact Information
Summer Smith, President  
Megan Breninger, Vice President
Blake Machen, Recruitment  

Letters of Recommendation

Send Recommendation Letters to
Marissa Lavin
3458 W. Pinot Drive
Fayetteville,  AR 72704 

Phi Mu will be accepting Letters of Recommendation during the following dates:  April 1, 2019 - July 15, 2019.  To obtain an online recommendation form, please visit  These forms can be submitted online or mailed to the address above.  One reference is sufficient.  Additional references are accepted but not necessary. 

A Legacy Information form is available at as well and is for informational purposes only.  

Chapter Awards
Delta Gamma Anchor Splash 2018 - 1st Place
 AKA Step Competition 2018 - 2nd Place
 Kappa Sigma Bahama Mama Tournament 2018 - 2nd Place
Panhellenic Spirit Award 2017
IFC Super Bowl (Bowling Tournament) 2018 - 1st Place