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A heartfelt welcome from Phi Mu Theta Chapter, the 2012 Belmont Greek Chapter of the Year!

Phi Mu is more than a sorority, letters, or a creed; it is our home. A place filled withlaughter and love. It isn’t something you can fully understand until you experience it yourself but we hope you can get a little glimpse into the extraordinary and undeniable sisterhood of Phi Mu. Phi Mu Theta Chapter at Belmont University is the proud home of many women from all around the United States. Theta chapter is our home away from home, a place where we are accepted for exactly who we are and are loved unconditionally. Known around campus for our pink letters, our work with the Children's Miracle Network, and our dedication to numerous other organizations at Belmont, Theta chapter strives to be a place where women can reach their full potential both academically and personally. Most importantly, Phi Mu Theta Chapter is a support system for our sisters here at Belmont, through the good times and bad. Whether we are dancing the night away at our annual Carnation Ball in the fall or helping a sister get through a challenging time, Phi Mu Theta Chapter is a place of love; a love that extends far beyond your college years. Dedicated to our main ideals of Love, Honor, and Truth and to the values of the university, a Phi Mu sisters strive to make the most of everyday they have in college. Phi Mu Theta Chapter offers years of fun socials, retreats, and dances to its members, but most importantly, it offers years of unending support, unconditional love, and indescribable sisterhood.

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Chapter News
Phi Mu Theta on News Ch 5
We had the opportunity to present our Model for a Miracle check on Nashville's News Channel 5 during the CMNH Telethon. A group a sisters went on air and explained what Model for a Miracle was and how much we raised! Read more
Greek Night Champions 2013
On February 23rd all of greek life got together for a night of celebration and school spirit, in honor of Belmont’s mens basketball team playing live on ESPN2. Our tailgate and booth represented a “warm, winter cozy” theme. We had blankets and chairs in the bed of the truck to stay toasty during the tailgate. Also, our lovely sisters made many homemade sweets, dips, and hotdogs to go around! The event was filled with trucks, tents, grills, and music surrounding the South Lawn. The area was crowded with the greek community, other belmont students, and faculty. Having so many sisters at the game was amazing! Phi Mu spirit was shining in the crowd. Overall, Phi Mu won the competition that night and received a spirit award trophy! We can’t wait for next year’s Greek Night because this one was a blast. Read more
Model for a Miracle 2013
Recently, Phi Mu Theta Chapter hosted our annual fashion show Model for a Miracle. This is our annual philanthropy event, raising money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Under the leadership of our Philanthropy Director, Kayla Joslin, we raised over $8,000. More than we have ever raised before. Model for a Miracle featured local boutiques in the fashion show. This year we invited the other sororities and fraternities to model with us. The event was a huge success, filling up a private airport. Read more
Belmont Homecoming 2013
Elizabeth Vorholt, one of our beloved sisters and past Sisterhood Development Chair was nominated for Belmont Homecoming Queen 2013! We are so honored to have one of our sisters represented on the court! Congratulations Elizabeth! Read more
New Executive Officers
Congratulations to our new executive committee! President: Griffin Wendt, Vice President: Sarah Anderson, Secretary: Jayci Noble, Treasurer: Haley Daniels, Philanthropy Director: Kayla Joslin, Phi Director: Emily Eayre, Membership Director: Erin Lortie, Social Director: Kathryn Byrd, Academic Excellence Director: Tatiana Angulo and Panhellenic Delegate: Lauren Rogala! All of these ladies completed Regional Officer Training, which Theta Chapter hosted on January 19, 2013. We're looking forward to all that they bring in the upcoming year! Read more
Phi Mu's 52nd National Convention
President, Katie Rush, and Social Director, Victoria Myers, spent July 4-July 7 at Phi Mu's 52nd National Convention held at the JW Marriott Hotel and Resort in San Antonio, Texas. During these three days, national officers, alumni, chapter advisers, chapter presidents, and emerging collegiate delegates gathered to discuss and update policies and procedures. Theta Chapter was well honored and won many awards during Convention. These awards include: "Lending a Helping Hand," for assisting in an extension presentation, "Financial Award," for scoring a 10 out of 10 on the annual report for the past biennium, "Academic Honor Roll" award, for maintaining a GPA above 3.0 for the past biennium, and a "Quota Award," for making Quota during Recruitment for the past biennium. Additionally, Katie Rush was one of two collegiate members winning individual awards. She won the "Outstanding Collegiate Member for Community and Campus Award" due to her involvement in both Phi Mu and on Belmont University's Campus. Read more
Katie Rush and Victoria Myers Attend Phi Mu IMPACT
On Monday, July 2, all collegiate Presidents and upcoming leaders of Phi Mu Fraternity attended the first ever session of Phi Mu IMPACT. This group of women spent two days actively participating in curriculum that covered values, leadership, Ritual, service and culminated in each collegian developing an action plan to implement when she returns to campus. Phi Mu IMPACT was made possible by a generous grant from Phi Mu Foundation. It was held two days before Phi Mu's 52nd National Convention at the JW Marriot Hotel and Resort in San Antonio, Texas. The National Council of Phi Mu Fraternity partnered with the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) to provide this program for its members. Phi Mu IMPACT was the first organization-specific IMPACT that has ever been held. Facilitators for this program included Phi Mu volunteers, fraternity/sorority advisors and staff members from other inter/national organizations worked with the students throughout the two days in small groups. Read more
Greek Week 2012
Our chapter recently placed second in Greek Week 2012 and was the first sorority! Additionally, under the leadership of our Greek Sing Co-Chairs, Elizabeth Vorholt and Griffin Wendt, Phi Mu Theta Chapter placed 3rd in Greek Sing, again being the first sorority. Read more
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