Chapter of the Month: Gamma Kappa – UNC Wilmington

There are 135 collegiate Phi Mu chapters, and each one is unique! While each campus cultivates a different Phi Mu experience, every member shares a bond with her sisters in her values of love, honor and truth.

Each month a chapter will be profiled to allow everyone in Phi Mu world to learn more about their sisters from other chapters. 

Chapter:  Gamma Kappa

School: UNC Wilmington

Year Chapter was Founded: 1968

Chapter Size: 91 members

Describe a successful Sisterhood Event:

Sisterhood retreat! Our advisers gave a talk on mental health, we played cross the line to learn more about each other and connect with our sisters on a new level. We also did the Love Honor Truth string activity to show love and appreciation for each sister, and we ended the night with sparklers!

Describe a successful chapter-hosted Philanthropy Event:

Dubthon – We, along with the business fraternity Pi Sigma Epsilon, host UNCW’s Dance Marathon. We raised over $54,000 for Duke Children’s here in North Carolina. We had miracle children attend, did the traditional morale dance, had different clubs and organizations perform to make sure all of campus was included, not just Greek life.

Popular Social Function Theme:

Everything Goes with Pink – chapter members dress in all pink! What’s not to love?

Fun Fact:

One of our sisters’ great-great-grandmother was in the Alpha chapter at Wesleyan with Mary Mary and Martha!

Any other info you would like to include:

Our chapter raised the most money out of any other Greek organization on our campus for Philanthropy.

Our sister Cole Eddings had an internship this summer with Duke Children’s Miracle Network Hospital which is where all of our money is donated to.