Phi Mu Fraternity at Purdue University was founded as Delta Epsilon Chapter in 1929. Since then we have been proud to welcome hundreds of women into our bond as sisters. We value sincerity, honesty, friendship, and building each other up as we grow as women. We encompass these values through our campus involvement, within our chapter and all of Greek life. We raise money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, the nearest to us being Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, through two main philanthropy events, and other fun activities throughout the school year. You can read more about them under the Philanthropy Tab.
(This historic photo of Purdue Phi Mu's Pledge Class of 1930 was uncovered by The Purdue Libraries: Archives, located on the 4th Floor of HSSE Library )
As members of the third largest Greek System in the nation, we are proud to have developed such a history on this campus. Our most notable alumna is Mary Weber, a veteran astronaut of two space flights and recipient of the NASA Exceptional Service Medal.
(Mary Ellen Weber graduated from Purdue in Chemical Engineering and was part of the Delta Epsilon Pledge Class of 1980)