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Academic Excellence is a top priority for Phi Mu Fraternity. Phi Mu Foundation awards over $200,000 annually in graduate and undergraduate scholarships In addition, each semester Phi Mu nationally recognizes members who strive for and achieve a 4.0 semester GPA with the presentation of a silver scholarship charm.

Chapters who receive the highest GPA are recognized each biennium at Phi Mu's national convention. Phi Mu Chapters are expected to reach and maintain the all women's grade point average on their campus. Those who meet the challenge are recognized for their accomplishment in several ways, including coverage in our magazine.

Number of 4.0 GPAs = 14 members (Allie guy, Brooke Wissenbach, Claire Holland, Ilana Baiamonte, Kendall Krumme, Karina Hinz, Jayne Kernodle, Kirsten Hallmark, Natasha Verigin, Kenna Strope, Sarah Lewis, Rachel Martino, Rachel Goodwin, Reilly Cornell)

Chancellor Scholars: 1 member (Kalin Bruton)

Honors College = About 30 members