Carnegie Mellon Alpha Phi
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SCHOLARSHIP

 
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WEEKLY STUDY HOURS

Each week our sisters have access to reserved rooms in Hunt Library. Times and days of the week vary to accommodate as many sisters different schedules as possible. Study hours are reserved for quiet study surrounded by sisters. By studying together Alpha Phis are able to stay motivated to finish problem sets, papers, or other projects through sisterly motivation a quiet environment conducive to studying.

Additionally, our house is home to a newly-refurbished study room. Our sisters can use this room for quiet solo study, job interviews, and meetings.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS


Our sisters are consistently recognized for their hard work in scholarship both on campus and in the community. Our sisters are members of Rho Lambda, a sorority honor society for a select group (less than 10% of all sorority members on campus) of campus leaders who have given to the community and their sorority while giving back to the campus community. Alpha Phi’s are also members of Order of Omega, the oldest and most well-known organization to honor high-achieving upper-classmen fraternity men and sorority women for their impressive scholastic achievements and leadership skills. Two of our sisters were recently inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, an honor society that recognizes upperclassmen in the top 10% of their class.

Our sister Moss Madigan was awarded the Pittsburgh Panhellenic Scholarship in Spring 2014 for her outstanding achievements in academics and involvement as a sister of Alpha Phi and the greater campus community. The scholarship is awarded to one Panhellenic woman in the greater-Pittsburgh area each spring. Greek Awards At the Carnegie Mellon Greek Awards for 2014, Alpha Phi was awarded Most Improved Chapter and Moss, our 2014 president, was awarded Greek Woman of the year. Our sister Catherine was named one of three recipients of the Greek Role Model Award for the Panhellenic community out of over sixty nominees in Spring 2014 for her outstanding involvement in the Carnegie Mellon and Greek communities. Our chapter also received the Highest QPA Award for the 2012-2013 school year for our sisters holding the highest average QPA across all sororities. Most recently in 2016, out of the 165 Alpha Phi chapters internationally, we received the "Excellence in Character" award for exemplary leadership from the Alpha Phi Executive Office.


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