"Phi Mu means many things to the women in our chapter. It means lifelong friends who will be there through thick and thin, endless opportunities for leadership and self-growth, an unwavering support system that lasts much longer than four years, and a chance to give back to the community through service and philanthropic events. But most importantly, Phi Mu means home."

-Bri Leatherman, Chapter President

Local Chapter: Rho Kappa


President:  Maria Zezzo, mzezzo1@kent.edu

Vice President of Chapter Development:  Hannah McClaskey, hlm118@aol.com

Treasurer:  Thea Barkat, tbarakat@kent.edu

Vice President of Committees: Ally Keller, akelle28@kent.edu

Membership Director: Kaileigh Sloan, ksloan8@kent.edu

Academics: Megan Vallo, mvallo23@kent.edu

Social Chair: Morgan Weaver, mweave24@kent.edu

Panhellenic Delegate: Caitlin Seifert, cseife10@kent.edu


More info

Mission Statement:  Founded in 1852, Phi Mu is a women’s organization which promotes personal and academic development, service to others, commitment to excellence and lifelong friendship through a shared tradition. Phi Mu promotes vibrant living encouraging women to achieve their personal best.

Motto: "Les Soeurs Fideles," or "The Faithful Sisters.

Colors: Rose and White

Flower: Rose Carnation

Symbol: Lion and Quatrefoil

Mascot: Lion


Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH)

The Phi Mu Foundation

Previous Events Include:

Miracle Madness

Miracle Crown

Model for Miracles

Kent Color Run 5k

fun facts

  • Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia and is the second oldest sorority in the nation.

  • Phi Mu Fraternity is a vibrant values-based women's organization. Our purpose is found in the principles of love, honor and truth.

  • Phi Mu was the first Greek organization to declare a National Day for hands-on service projects nationwide.