Sorority Chapters

Alpha Chi Omega 

Alpha Chi Omega

Alpha Chi Omega
Category Alpha Chi Omega
Address 007 MacCracken Hall
National Founding Depauw University, October 15, 1885
Chapter Founding December 13, 1941
Colors Scarlet Red and Olive Green
National Philanthropy Domestic Violence Awareness
Open Motto “Together Let Us Seek the Heights”
Average GPA 3.39
GPA Required to Join 2.75
Membership 171
President Olivia Sullivan, sullivok@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Christine Hughes, hughescn@miamioh.edu
Advisor Katherine Fox, katherineAXOBT@gmail.com
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About Us

Alpha Chi Omega was founded in 1885 in Greencastle, Indiana on the 5 pillars of Academic Interest, Character, Financial Responsibility, Leadership Ability, and Personal Development. The Beta Tau Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was founded at Miami University in 1941 and since has maintained a strong social and philanthropic presence in the Oxford Community. With our national philanthropy being Domestic Violence Awareness we hold events like Monday Night Football to raise money for the Dove House which is a Domestic Violence help center located in Butler County. Throughout the year, we also organize social events to strengthen our relationship with other members of the Greek Community. Alpha Chi Omega nationally, as well as our Beta Tau Chapter here at Miami University, is an organization of Real. Strong. Women.

Alpha Delta Pi

Alpha Delta Pi

Alpha Delta Pi
Category Alpha Delta Pi
Address 150 Richard Hall
National Founding Wesleyan College, May, 15, 1851
Chapter Founding March 10, 1984
Colors Azure Blue and White
National Philanthropy The Ronald McDonald House
Open Motto “We Live for Each Other”
Average GPA 3.61
GPA Required to Join 2.9 (2nd and 3rd year: 3.0)
Membership 164
President Emma Missling, missliej@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Nicole Richards, richarnc@miamioh.edu
Advisor Holly Thompson, hmenchhofer@yahoo.com
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About Us

Be the First. Alpha Delta Pi was founded in 1851, making us the first secret society for women. We encourage our women to Be the First in every aspect of their lives. We are very active on campus, holding leadership positions in numerous clubs, athletic teams, honor societies, business fraternities, and we’ve had three sisters start women's empowerment organizations. Supporting our philanthropy, the Ronald McDonald House Charities, is one of our most meaningful and impactful aspects of our experience in ADPi. Every September, we organize a Ronald McDonald House Charities Month with a pop tab competition, ADPi-Hop (pancake sale), takeover nights at local restaurants, and ADPidol (karaoke competition). In addition to raising money and awareness on campus, we provide hands-on service by volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati on a regular basis. Our open motto, “We Live for Each Other,” represents our commitment to supportive, selfless, and genuine friendships that will last a lifetime.

Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Epsilon Phi
Category Alpha Epsilon Phi
Suite 015 Minnich Hall
National Founding Barnard College, October 24, 1909
Chapter Founding December 13, 1940
Colors Green and White
National Philanthropy Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation & Sharsheret
Open Motto “Multa Corda, Una Causa — Many Hearts, One Purpose”
Average GPA 3.39
GPA Required to Join 2.5
Membership 11
President Paige Hartenburg, president.aephi.miamioh@gmail.com
Recruitment Chair Leah Gaus, vpmembership.aephi.miamioh@gmail.com
Advisor Ashley Saccaggi, baldwiae@gmail.com 
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About Us

Since its founding in 1909, Alpha Epsilon Phi has been committed to developing lifelong friendship among its members as well as encouraging a passion for service to others. Above all else, AEPhi is committed to personal growth and intellectual development. AEPhi was founded by seven Jewish women who could not join other sororities due to their religion, and this spirit of celebrating all women no matter their views lives on in the Alpha Kappa chapter at Miami. Sisters participate in socials, sisterhoods, and philanthropy events throughout the year. Sisterhoods include everything from dinner uptown to service projects, beauty nights and honoring our founders’ mission. AEPhi women are involved in many other campus activities and organizations, such as MAP, academic journals, and music groups on campus. AEPhi emphasizes a balance of academics, service, and of course, having fun with sisters!

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Alpha Kappa Alpha

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
Category Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Suite 165 Richard Hall
National Founding Howard University, January 15, 1908
Chapter Founding May 7, 1977
Colors Salmon Pink and Apple Green
National Philanthropy Education Advancement Foundation
Open Motto “By Culture and By Merit”
Average GPA 3.27
GPA Required to Join 2.5
Membership 7
President Abebba Araya, arayaat@miamioh.edu 
Intake Contact
Abebba Araya, arayaat@miamioh.edu 
Advisor Joya Dillard, joyadillard@yahoo.com
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About Us

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. was the first Black Greek letter sorority founded in 1908. The mission of the organization is to serve the community and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards. The prestigious women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. continue to be pillars within society despite the many triumphs they have overcome.

In 1931 an Ivy Leaf pledge club was established at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Due to lack of permission for the establishment of a chapter on campus, a small number of Miami students were initiated into Omicron chapter at the University of Cincinnati, over a period of several years. Many attempts were made over the next decades to establish a chapter at Miami, with no success. In 1975 and 1976, five students were initiated as general members by the Alpha Sigma Omega graduate chapter in Columbus, Ohio. Starting in the fall of 1976 these general members formed an interest group of additional candidates from Miami University. They petitioned for a chapter and finally received permission to establish what would be the Lambda Mu Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated on May 7, 1977. Through the guidance of several excellent presidents, Lambda Mu has developed and maintained an impeccable reputation.

Alpha Omicron Pi

Alpha Omicron Pi

Alpha Omicron Pi
Category Alpha Omicron Pi
Suite 020 Hamilton Hall
National Founding Barnard College, Columbia University, January 2, 1897
Chapter Founding January 4, 1919
Colors Cardinal Red
National Philanthropy Arthritis Research and the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization
Open Motto “Inspire Ambition”
Average GPA 3.41
GPA Required to Join 2.7
Membership 162
President Alex Jennings, jennina2@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Catherine Wise, wisecm@miamioh.edu
Advisor Dionn Tron, dionntron@gmail.com 
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About Us

Alpha Omicron Pi is founded on deep and true ties of sisterhood and friendship, while inspiring ambition and this past year, we celebrated our 100th year on Miami’s campus. We have continued to excel, and grow in our philanthropic efforts with our two main events every year. In the fall, AOII takes the stage in Rock On Omicron, an acapella concert featuring the various acapella groups on campus. In the spring, we host our largest philanthropy event of the year, Can You Kick It?, where organizations from around campus create teams to play in a kickball tournament benefiting the Arthritis Foundation. In the spring we also host, Strike Out Arthritis, where we pair with the Miami Baseball team, as well as the Cincinnati Reds. All of these events help us raise money and awareness to aid the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization in their research efforts for a cure. Receiving the highest awards in AOII’s Standards of Excellence and Campus Involvement, we pride ourselves on becoming the best we can be, both as individuals and as a chapter. You can find AOIIs all around Oxford, being top scholars in the classroom, players on Miami’s sports teams, dancers in several clubs, skaters out on the rink, and leaders in various organizations found on campus. Down to earth, fun, and true to themselves, the sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi are excited to inspire ambition, and continue to grow their authentic sisterhood in the next pledge class joining them this winter!

Alpha Phi

Alpha Phi

Alpha Phi
Category Alpha Phi
Suite 160 Richard Hall
National Founding Syracuse University, October 10, 1872
Chapter Founding April, 13, 1953
Colors Silver and Bordeaux
National Philanthropy Cardiac Care Awareness
Open Motto “Union Hand in Hand”
Average GPA 3.36
GPA Required to Join 2.7
Membership 163
President Carly Dunseath, dunseacc@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Gabby Schnaterbeck, schnatgl@miamioh.edu
Advisor Carly Ranks, aphicranks@gmail.com
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About Us

Alpha Phi International Fraternity is a membership organization dedicated to promoting sisterhood, cultivating leadership, encouraging intellectual curiosity and advocating service. The Gamma Nu Chapter at Miami University is a genuine culture of over 200 women—developing character for a lifetime.

We push each other to be the best versions of ourselves, and also strive to help others along the way. Alpha Phi’s Philanthropy is Cardiac Care. The Gamma Nu chapter raises over $20,000 each year through our signature philanthropy event, the Red Dress Gala, which is hosted during our mom’s weekend each spring. Through this event, the chapter is not only given the opportunity to work as an efficient and motivated team, but we are also able to share the meaning and value of our lifelong sisterhood with others.

Alpha Xi Delta

Alpha Xi Delta

Alpha Xi Delta
Category Alpha Xi Delta
Suite 167 Richard Hall
National Founding Lombard College, April 17, 1893
Chapter Founding February 23, 1980
Colors Double Blue and White
National Philanthropy Autism Speaks
Open Motto “Inspiring Women to Realize Their Potential”
Average GPA 3.35
GPA Required to Join 2.5
Membership 39
President Tessa Kennedy, president.axidmu@gmail.com
Recruitment Chair Rachel Goetz, goetzre@miamioh.edu 
Advisor Gretchen DiMarco, gdimarco44@yahoo.com
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About Us

Founded in 1893 at Lombard College in Galesburg, Illinois, Alpha Xi Delta is one of the oldest women’s fraternal organizations in the United States. With more than 175,000 initiated members, Alpha Xi Delta is a progressive organization dedicated to the personal growth of women. Through membership in Alpha Xi Delta, Sisters are inspired to realize their potential through the ideals our Founders instilled in our Fraternity: Sisterhood, leadership, knowledge, and service to our communities. We have partnered with Autism Speaks for our philanthropic mission and aim to promote awareness and acceptance. As sisters, we push each other to be our best and be there for each other in times of need. We pride ourselves in having members who are active all across campus and take on leadership roles in various other clubs and organizations. The time we spend in college may be short but the bonds we make as sisters and friends will last a lifetime.

Chi Omega

Chi Omega

Chi Omega
Category Chi Omega
Suite 110 MacCracken Hall
National Founding University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895
Chapter Founding January 4, 1913
Colors Cardinal and Straw
National Philanthropy Make-a-Wish Foundation
Open Motto “To Be Womanly Always, To Be Discouraged Never”
Average GPA 3.58
GPA Required to Join 2.8
Membership 167
President Sammi Smudz, smudzs@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Bernie Ebri, ebribk@miamioh.edu
Advisor Mary Lierl, marylierl@live.com 
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About Us

As the largest national sorority, Chi Omega is a group of diverse women united under a common set of ideals. Under these ideals, Chi Omega pushes women to be their best selves and to serve the world together. Together, we dream big and work hard both in the classroom and in our diverse campus involvements. This past year, Chi Omega raised over $15,674.79 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and shared lots of laughs with our current wish kid. We are active members of the Greek community and love supporting our fellow Greek philanthropies. This sisterhood is raw and real; we are fully known and loved for our truest selves. Everyday, we strive to truly be “to be womanly always, discouraged never.

Delta Delta Delta

Delta Delta Delta

Delta Delta Delta
Category Delta Delta Delta
Suite 014 Scott
National Founding Boston University, Thanksgiving Eve 1888
Chapter Founding Fall 2013
Colors Silver, Gold and Blue
National Philanthropy St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Open Motto “Let Us Steadfastly Love One Another”
Average GPA 3.42
GPA Required to Join 2.7
Membership 154
President Emily Woodward, woodwaec@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Ellie Fiessinger, fiessen@miamioh.edu
Advisor Rebecca Balish, balishrs@miamioh.edu 
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About Us

Delta Delta Delta offers young women a rich heritage of lasting friendships among women who share common goals and values, such as the values of truth, self-sacrifice, and friendship. The perpetual bond of friendship among members has inspired generations of women to devote themselves to unselfish leadership to a sisterhood that lasts a lifetime. Each collegiate member forges lifelong and meaningful friendships and engages in unique and innovative chapter initiatives focused on developing her into a well-rounded, successful woman. Following college, Tri-Delta provides many ways for women to stay connected at every step on the journey of self-discovery and growth. Here at Miami, our members are proud to be the top fundraising greek chapter for the past three years. Last year alone, we raised over $70,000 for St. Jude with events like Sincerely Yours and DHOP! Our sisters are involved all over campus as members of ROTC, the dance team, the Shakerettes, undergraduate research labs, UP fashion magazine, and so much more. Our sisters bring their unique talents to help us Live, Learn, and Lead on and off campus.

Delta Gamma

Delta Gamma

Delta Gamma
Category Delta Gamma
Suite 014 Hamilton Hall
National Founding Lewis School For Girls, Oxford, Mississippi, 1873
Chapter Founding 1923
Colors Bronze, Pink and Blue
National Philanthropy Service for Sight
Open Motto “Do Good”
Average GPA 3.37
GPA Required to Join 2.75
Membership 170
President Carly Gallant, gallancm@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Phoebe Nielsen, nielsepj@miamioh.edu
Advisor Amber Hayes, amberhayesdg@gmail.com 
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About Us

“For Hope, For Strength, For Life.” Founded in 1873, Delta Gamma has grown to be an international organization with a strong network of women. A force throughout Miami’s campus, Delta Gamma’s exemplify the “Do Good” motto through countless volunteer opportunities, campus events, and extracurricular activities. DG is proud to have sisters growing as leaders within our sorority, but also in many campus organizations such as Adopt-A-School, Women in Business, MU Fashion Club, Rotary Interact, and UP Magazine. While DG’s make time to give back to the Oxford community, they also recognize the importance of spending time with their sisters. From “all-you-can-eat” dinners to facials in the suite, DG’s truly enjoy spending time with one another. Delta Gamma believes that the friendships formed here at Miami are not just for four years, but for a lifetime.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Delta Sigma Theta

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Category Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Suite 161 Richard Hall
National Founding Howard University, January 13, 1913
Chapter Founding March 29, 1969
Colors Crimson and Cream
Mission Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.
Average GPA 3.31
GPA Required to Join 2.75
Membership 5
President Layah Busbee, busbeelb@miamioh.edu 
Intake Contact Layah Busbee, busbeelb@miamioh.edu
Advisor Angel Martin, angellmartin29@gmail.com
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About Us

The Zeta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. was the first Black sorority founded on Miami University’s campus on March 29th, 1969. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Since its founding more than 200,000 women have joined the organization. The major programs of the sorority are based upon the organization’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has been at the forefront of creating programming to improve political, educational, and social and economic conditions. Delta Sigma Theta has been pivotal in assisting the African American and International communities through education, lobbying, and economic initiatives, including Delta Days at the State and Nation’s Capital, Delta Days at the United Nations, Summits and various conferences which focus on pertinent issues of the day.

The principal purposes and aims of the Zeta Mu Chapter shall be: to promote scholarship; to establish, maintain and encourage high cultural, intellectual and moral standards among its members; to engage in public service programs; and to adhere to the guidelines, regulations, and procedures as set forth by the Grand Chapter.

Delta Zeta

Delta Zeta

Delta Zeta
Category Delta Zeta
Suite 015 Hamilton Hall
National Founding Miami University, October 24, 1902
Chapter Founding October 24, 1902
Colors Rose and Green
National Philanthropy The Speech and Hearing Impaired
Open Motto “Walk Truly in the Light of the Flame”
Average GPA 3.35
GPA Required to Join 2.7
Membership 171
President Megan McMullen, mcmullme@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Ali Royals, royalsag@miamioh.edu
Advisor Michelle Callaham, dz.alpha.ccd@gmail.com 
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About Us

Delta Zeta was founded right here on Miami University’s campus on October 24th, 1902 by six women who wished to establish a lifelong sisterhood founded on strong ideals. 116 years later, we remain steadfast in our common purpose: to make life fuller, more meaningful, and more rewarding. We hold the largest philanthropy on campus, ‘Puttin’ On The Hits (POTH), raising over $30,000 this year alone to benefit St. Rita’s School for the Deaf in Cincinnati. Each Delta Zeta member brings something unique to our chapter, many amazingly different women come together for a uniting purpose that can be found in our creed: “love that is ever steadfast”.

Gamma Phi Beta

Gamma Phi Beta

Gamma Phi Beta
Category Gamma Phi Beta
Suite 152 Hamilton Hall
National Founding Syracuse University, November 11, 1874
Chapter Founding April 12, 1947
Colors Brown and Mode
National Philanthropy Girls on the Run
Open Motto “Founded Upon a Rock”
Average GPA 3.52
GPA Required to Join 2.8
Membership 160
President Carly Schweitzer, schweic2@miamioh.edu  
Recruitment Chair Stephanie Hamilton, hamilt20@miamioh.edu
Advisor Brittany Garlock, brittanygarlock@gmail.com 
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About Us

Gamma Phi Beta aims to foster a nurturing environment for women to achieve their potential through lifelong commitment to intellectual growth, individual worth, and philanthropic service. Our four core values of love, labor, learning, and loyalty contribute to everyday decisions of our members. The term ‘sorority’ was first used to describe Gamma Phi Beta at Syracuse University. Since then, it has been used to describe all female Greek organizations, however, Gamma Phi Beta retains the status as the original sorority. Here at Miami University, we strive to make an impact on campus. Sisters are not only involved in a variety of other organizations, but are influential leaders that are constantly making a difference at Miami. This diversity is what makes the Beta Epsilon chapter so unique. Despite wide-ranging interests, members stay connected through sisterhood events, socials, family dinners, and philanthropy events to benefit the Gamma Phi international philanthropy, Girls on the Run. The combination of successful, influential women and the originality that is so unique to Gamma Phi Beta helps each member shine on Miami’s campus.

Kappa Alpha Theta

Kappa Alpha Theta

Kappa Alpha Theta
Category Kappa Alpha Theta
Suite 105 MacCracken Hall
National Founding DePauw University, January 27, 1870
Chapter Founding April 15, 1951
Colors Black and Gold
National Philanthropy Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA
Open Motto “Theta for a Lifetime”
Average GPA 3.51
GPA Required to Join 2.8
Membership 163
President Bryce Delong, delongbm@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Libby Hendricks, hendrier@miamioh.edu
Advisor Meghan Finke, finkemeghan@gmail.com 
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About Us

Kappa Alpha Theta is not only four years but for life. Kappa Alpha Theta was the first Greek-letter fraternity known among women. In 1951, KAO was established on Miami’s campus with the purpose of extending a lifetime opportunity for social, intellectual, and moral growth. Since then, Thetas have been doing just that by fostering a culture of academic achievement, social good, and campus-wide involvement. Theta has lead women into a life of friends, experiences, and sisterhood, while also leading women to personal excellence and becoming their best selves.

Kappa Delta

Kappa Delta

Kappa Delta
Category Kappa Delta
Suite 001 MacCracken Hall
National Founding Longwood University, October 23, 1897
Chapter Founding March 1, 1958
Colors Olive Green and Pearl White
National Philanthropy Girl Scouts of the USA and Prevent Child Abuse
Open Motto “Ta Kala Diokomen - Let Us Strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest”
Average GPA 3.45
GPA Required to Join 2.75
Membership 149
President Julia Ullman, ullmanjm@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Mackenzie Weiman, membership.miamiohkd@gmail.com
Advisor Lauren Henninger, henninla@gmail.com 
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About Us

Since the chapter’s founding in 1897, the sisters of Kappa Delta have lived by their open motto, “Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.” Each day the Kappa Delta sisters live up to this motto by showing their Miami and Kappa Delta pride, dressing their best and holding leadership positions in other organizations. The Kappa Delta bond is strengthened by the many activities and social events they host weekly. The women are bound by an incredible sisterhood and dedication to philanthropic service. From attending hockey games to hay rides at Butterfield farms to trips to Kenwood mall, the sisters regularly partake in gatherings that strengthen the bond between one another. Kappa Delta supports more organizations than any other NPC sorority and was one of the first to incorporate service into their sisterhood. KD has partnerships with the Girl Scouts, Prevent Childhood Abuse America, Children’s Hospital (Richmond, VA), and has orthopedic research awards in their name. The sisters host an annual “Paint Brawl” tournament to raise money for these organizations. KD promotes the pillars of service and philanthropy, leadership, scholarship and learning, sisterhood, and community found in their sisters and shares these qualities with women across the nation.

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Kappa Kappa Gamma
Category Kappa Kappa Gamma
Suite 153 Hamilton Hall
National Founding Monmouth College, October 13, 1870
Chapter Founding 1940
Colors Dark and Light Blue
National Philanthropy Reading is Fundamental (RIF)
Open Motto “Dream Boldly. Live Fully.”
Average GPA 3.5
GPA Required to Join 2.8
Membership 164
President Brynna Johnson, johns786@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Maddie Pompilli, pompilml@miamioh.edu
Advisor Beth Schott, elucas4@gmail.com  
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About Us

Founded in 1870, Kappa has initiated more than 270,000 members and is one of the largest national women’s fraternities. Kappa’s symbols, the golden key and fleur-de-lis, as well as the coat-of-arms, represent the friendship rooted in a tradition of high standards. Kappa has a very strong impact in the community here on campus whether its participating in a weekly philanthropy (Open Minds Through Art) or holding leadership positions in the many campus organizations such as PSE, Women in Business, Dance Theatre, Miami Athletics, The Miami Student, Miami Misfit acapella group, Adopt-A-School, honors societies, Miami Tour Guides, UP Magazine, MU Fashion Club, we value the times we spend together. Kappa places great values in sisterhood and working together with other Greek organizations to give back to our community. Our membership truly offers an opportunity and experience of a lifetime!

Kappa Phi

Kappa Phi

Kappa Phi
Category Kappa Phi
Suite 2026 Armstrong
National Founding University of Kansas, 1918
Chapter Founding 1922
Colors Blue of the Sky, Green of the Pine, Pure White
National Philanthropy A new organization is selected each year, in 2018-19 donations were received by World Vision
Open Motto “I’d Love To”
Average GPA 3.62
GPA Required to Join 2.5
Membership 6
President Sydni Moore, moorese4@miamioh.edu
Recruitment Chair Hailey Kingsbury, kingsbha@miamioh.edu
Advisor Stephanie Hoff, hoffsk@miamioh.edu 
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About Us

Kappa Phi is a Christ-centered sisterhood devoted to study, fellowship, worship and serving others for God. The Kappa Phi Club is a national organization for university Christian women, founded, and the first chapter organized, in 1916 at the University of Kansas by Mrs. Harriet Thompson. "To provide a wholesome religious environment so college women would not drift into indifferent church relations, but become a strong force of leadership in the future church.

Phi Mu

Phi Mu

Phi Mu
Category Phi Mu
Suite 017 Minnich Hall
National Founding Wesleyan College, January 4, 1852
Chapter Founding October 25, 2003
Colors Rose and White
National Philanthropy Children’s Miracle Network
Open Motto “The Faithful Sisters”
Average GPA 3.47
GPA Required to Join 2.8 first year; 2.85 upper class
Membership 155
President Caroline Taddonio, taddoncc@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Ashley Day, dayaa@miamioh.edu
Advisor Betsy Newman, newmanbetsy@gmail.com 
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About Us

Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. It began as the Philomathean Society, a literary society, and is the second oldest secret society for women. We all believe in the ideals of our Creed: Love, Honor, and Truth. Phi Mu’s interest in philanthropy is expressed in the first line of their Creed, “To lend to those less fortunate a helping hand,” a guiding principle for Phi Mu. Phi Mu is the only sorority to be a corporate sponsor of Children’s Miracle Network. We support Children’s Miracle Network through Puddle Pull, which is one of Miami’s most recognized on-campus philanthropy events. Phi Mu sisters believe in leadership and are involved in various organizations on campus ranging from acapella groups, club sports, Miami dance team, Miami shakerettes, business fraternities, and more. Our sisterhood is at the core of everything we do, and we celebrate our strong sisterhood each semester with various events on campus.

Phi Sigma Sigma

Phi Sigma Sigma

Phi Sigma Sigma
Category Phi Sigma Sigma
Suite 018 Minnich Hall
National Founding Hunter College, November 26, 1913
Chapter Founding Fall 2015
Colors King Blue and Gold
National Philanthropy The Kids in Need Foundation
Open Motto “Aim High”
Average GPA 3.37
GPA Required to Join 2.5
Membership 105
President Melanie Faltys, faltysmg@miamioh.edu 
Recruitment Chair Abigail Kemper, kempera2@miamioh.edu
Advisor Samantha McLean, samantha.m.mclean@gmail.com 
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About Us

Since its founding in 1913, the women of Phi Sigma Sigma have committed to fostering a unique sisterhood, comprising of powerful women who believe in the development of strong principles and the advancement of womanhood. As a chapter, we work to raise funds for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, our international philanthropy, as well as The Kids in Need Foundation, each benefiting school and college readiness for children. Our members are involved in a variety of organizations on campus, hold leadership positions, and volunteer countless hours of service. Through each of these activities our women commit to utilize our motto to “Aim High” while also keeping our values of faith, love, and sincerity at heart. These characteristics of our amazing sisters truly exemplify what makes our chapter special.

Sigma Lambda Gamma

Sigma Lambda Gamma

Sigma Lambda Gamma
Category Sigma Lambda Gamma
Suite 162 Richard Hall
National Founding University of Iowa, April 9, 1990
Chapter Founding March 31, 20015
Colors Shocking Pink and Majestic Purple
Open Motto “Culture is Pride, Pride is Success”
Average GPA 3.04
GPA Required to Join 2.75 under classmen, 2.6 upperclassmen
Membership 4
President Josephine Webb, webbjh@miamioh.edu
Recruitment Chair Lorrin Hrack, hracklm@miamioh.edu
Advisor Chasity Dittman, dittmac2@miamioh.edu 
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About Us

Sigma Lambda Gamma is a national, multicultural sorority that aims to empower women from all over the world. The women of SLG are driven, confident, open minded, and strive to be Women of Distinction. With these qualities, the sorority has become the fastest growing Hispanic-based, multicultural sorority in the nation; in merely 24 years since our founding we have grown to over 131 chapters ranging from coast to coast. The Pi Gamma chapter of SLG is the only multicultural sorority on Miami’s campus, as such we recognize our responsibility to the progression of a positive global community, we stress the importance of morals, ethics, and education in our daily lives so that we serve the needs of our neighbors through a mutual respect and understanding of our varying cultures. For more information on how to become a Woman of Distinction, please contact any member of SLG!

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Zeta Phi Beta

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Category Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Suite 108 MacCracken Hall
National Founding Howard University, January 16, 1920
Chapter Founding April 28, 2001
Colors Royal Blue and White
Open Motto “A Community-Conscious, Action-Oriented Organization”
Chapter Motto “A Force to be Reckoned With”
Average GPA 3.01
GPA Required to Join 2.5
Membership 4
President Reneé Boyd, boydre@miamioh.edu 
Intake Contact Ahriana Mumford, mumforak@miamioh.edu 
Advisor Andrea Byrd, pszugadvisor@gmail.com 
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About Us

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington D.C. on January 16, 1920. This organization is home to more than 125,000 women and is proud to be the first Black greek letter sorority to charter an international chapter in Africa, in addition to being the first and only sorority to be constitutionally bound to a fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated!

The Illustrious Xi Rho chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was chartered on Miami University’s campus on April 28, 2001. For the past 18 years, the chapter has consisted of remarkable women who have grown to become doctors, lawyers, professors, teachers and many more. This group of women work diligently to maintain their principles of scholarship, service, sisterhood, and finer womanhood on a daily basis. Xi Rho has received awards such as NPHC chapter of the year, regional and state scholarships, as well as campus recognition. Although the chapter is often small, these women are well known for their commitment to service among different populations within the Oxford community. Not only do these women pride themselves on their principles, they are also passionate about social justice, diversity, and inclusion! If you are interested in more information about Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. on Miami’s campus, feel free to reach out to any member via The Hub or email.

Zeta Tau Alpha

Zeta Tau Alpha

Zeta Tau Alpha
Category Zeta Tau Alpha
Suite 159 Minnich Hall
National Founding Longwood University, October 15, 1898
Chapter Founding March 18, 1926
Colors Turquoise Blue and Steel Grey
National Philanthropy Breast Cancer Education and Awareness
Open Motto “Seek the Noblest”
Average GPA 3.41
GPA Required to Join 2.7
Membership 158
President Mackenzie Attwell, attwelmr@miamioh.edu
Recruitment Chair Sydney Wolk, wolksm@miamioh.edu
Advisor Sabrina Larson, sabrinaZTA@gmail.com 
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About Us

“Love, the greatest of all things.” Founded in 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha is the second largest National Panhellenic organization in the country. Zetas are known for their genuine character and true sisterhood. Their passion for Zeta Tau Alpha’s national philanthropy, Breast Cancer Awareness and Education, is evident on campus and throughout the community. Zetas host various events on campus, participate in events with their national partners, The American Cancer Society, NFL, and Bright Pink, and distribute Think Pink awareness ribbons around campus and the community during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Zetas also support other chapters by participating in various Greek events throughout each year and are proven leaders making an impact on other organizations on campus. Members encourage each other to be the best they can be, always staying true to themselves. Zeta Tau Alpha is committed to fostering a spirit of love and creating lifelong friendships, making amazing memories along the way.