Alpha Psi * Southeastern Louisiana University
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Welcome to Phi Mu at Southeastern Louisiana University 

Individuals join Phi Mu for many reasons. It can be a home away from home, a pathway to campus involvement, and a development of networks. The Phi Mu experience gives each member many opportunities to learn outside the classroom: to lead, to be an active member, to learn, to play, to share with and support others.

Each member is an individual and our strong bond helps us grow, both as individual women and as a group. 


Chapter News
Phi Mu at Southeastern Louisiana University Wins Carnation Cup!
The Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Mu Fraternity at Southeastern Louisiana University was honored as the organization's top chapter at the 52nd National Phi Mu Convention held recently in San Antonio, Texas. The highest honor a collegiate chapter can win is the Carnation Cup, which is awarded to the chapter that is exceptional in all areas, and maintains high standards in chapter operations, programming and public relations. "The Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Mu Fraternity is honored to have been recognized as the recipient of the Carnation Cup at national convention." said Lauren Gonzalez, of Covington, who serves as the Alpha Psi Chapter President. "This would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of every chapter member," added Gonzalez. In addition to this honor, the collegiate chapter also received the Philomathean Society Award, Zenobia Wooten Keller Chapter Development Award, and Outstanding Collegiate Newsletter Award for their efforts throughout the last two years. Also, Phi Mu alumna and Southeastern graduate Ashley Hebert McDaniel, of Baton Rouge, was re-elected to Phi Mu's National Council as Vice President of Collegiate Operations during the convention. McDaniel is currently the assistant principal of St. Thomas More Catholic School in Baton Rouge. Prior to the convention, the Alpha Psi chapter celebrated its 50th anniversary of the organization's founding at Southeastern. Over 200 alumnae members, as well as 75 current chapter members, attended a luncheon hosted at Twelve Oaks on campus. In celebration of the anniversary, collegiate and alumnae members were able to raise enough funds to endow a scholarship in honor of Patricia Catlett, the chapter's first adviser. "I am very proud to advise such an exceptional group of young women," said April Field, the chapter's current adviser. "To see them receive the highest honor at Phi Mu's National Convention, especially this year being the chapter's 50th year on Southeastern's campus, was the ultimate recognition of Alpha Psi's continued success." Founded in 1852, Phi Mu is a woman's organization, which provides personal and academic development, service to others, commitment to excellence and lifelong friendships through a shared tradition. Phi Mu promotes vibrant living encouraging members to achieve their personal best. Read more
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