Phi Mu Foundation recognizes outstanding academic achievement through awards programs, such as a silver charm for members who achieve a 4.0 for a semester, and over $100,000 in scholarships each year for undergraduate and graduate members who excel academically.
The Alpha Eta chapter of Phi Mu is proud to announce that it recently created an Academic Excellence Chairman position to serve on its Executive Committee. The position was formerly an appointed officer position. The Academic Excellence Chairman works with the chapter and Phi Mu’s national academic excellence chairman. She keeps scholarship records for each member and provisional member and sends grade and activity reports to our National Headquarters. Along with organizing tutoring sessions for a variety of subjects, she also provides interactive incentives such as Starbucks and Yogurtland gift cards, and ice cream socials to encourage dedication to scholarship. Scheduled study nights are also held at the house where the social areas turn silent for girls to focus on school work. The Academic Excellence Chairman for 2019 is Alex Sauhing! Alex launched a nice dinner held at the house after each semester as a well-deserved treat for the girls who achieved a 4.0 or above. Thanks for all you do, Alex!
Recent Academic Achievements
Phi Mu Alpha Eta’s GPA average for the Spring 2019 semester was 3.439. Fifty-two girls earned a 4.0 or above and one-hundred and eleven girls earned between a 3.5-3.99.
Alpha Eta received an overall chapter GPA of 3.48!
The highest GPA in the chapter was a 4.3, earned by Alise Aucoin, Caitlyn Corley, Michelle Gautreaux, and Alexis Theriot.
Congratulations! Job well done! We are so proud of these chapter members and their outstanding academic accomplishments.