Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women who have her back.
Our organization prides itself on being a place where diverse cultures, viewpoints and life experiences coexist out of a shared respect and common purpose, to unite all women.
We celebrate our diversity while always striving to learn from each other.
Along with the benefits of a lifelong support system, multicultural experiences, and a “home away from home”, sorority membership offers many practical benefits.
Sorority members have unlimited opportunities to develop leadership skills through workshops, holding officer and committee positions, and serving as a mentor to other members. Members gain professional experience through organizing service events, interviewing, and resume development. MSU members are regularly recognized as leaders on their campus.
MSU offers a lifetime of networking opportunities with fellow members and Greeks representing various professions, industries, age, and experience. Networking events and national communication resources are available to sorority members.
Academic excellence is one of our sorority’s core goals. MSU takes pride in hosting academic workshops to benefit not only its members, but the student community. Sorority members from different academic backgrounds are available to help other members in various subject areas.
The National Governing Council offers scholarships to members who apply and are accepted. Additionally, members are rewarded and recognized for achieving high GPAs for both their undergraduate and graduate studies.
Active members also volunteer with local after-school and tutoring programs to foster academic excellence in the surrounding community. Each member must maintain minimum grade point average to remain active within the organization.
Growth Through Service
Activism in the university AND community is a pillar of the sorority. Members develop a sense of charity and compassion that comes from service to others.
A great way to get to know us better is by attending a Ladies’ Night – our official information sessions!
Our chapters typically host three Ladies Nights each semester, so be sure to check out your local chapter’s websites or fliers for exact dates, times, and locations. Each meeting is designed to add more information, culminating in the final Ladies’ Night, where interested women may choose to join the T.I.A.R.A. program, or begin the process of applying for the New Member Orientation.
There is no limit to how many information sessions you can attend, and no obligation to join the organization by attending. In fact, we encourage students to attend as many different organizations’ information sessions as possible to find the sorority that is right for them.
If your campus does not have an established chapter of MSU, you are welcome to attend a Ladies’ Night at a nearby campus or send an e-mail to our Officer of Expansion to inquire about setting up a Ladies’ Night on your campus!
T.I.A.R.A. Interest Group
The T.I.A.R.A. Group is the official interest group of Mu Sigma Upsilon. Being an active T.I.A.R.A. gives interested ladies the opportunity to get an in-depth look at the sisterhood. They experience first-hand what it would be like to be a sister of MSU through event/meeting planning, programming, fundraising and networking. It also allows for the prospective members to build relationships with one another and Mu Sigma Upsilon sisters.
For more information about attending a Ladies’ Night and becoming a part of the T.I.A.R.A. program on your campus contact the chapter’s Vice President. Search for a chapter here.