It goes without saying that one of Alpha Phi’s primary values is scholastic excellence. After all, the number one reason for coming to college is to get an education! APhi works with its new members to build a foundation for a strong academic career during their time at Mizzou and beyond. Our mentoring program has been extremely successful in helping younger members get the most out of their academic careers by helping with schedule planning, test files, and more.
On the University of Missouri campus, the Greek system boasts a higher overall GPA than the rest of the student body. Our chapter has placed above the all Panhellenic GPA on several occasions and is currently above the all-women’s GPAs.
As our members develop and settle in to their own personal style of studying, Alpha Phi is there to continue to support them with tutoring, study hours, test files and other personal attention. We also provide programming for real world success, such a resume building and interviewing skills workshops. For more information on our mentoring program, please contact Kimi Jacquin, VP of Scholarship, at email@example.com.
To recognize our hardworking members, the chapter has dedicated their annex, the Alpha Phi Honors Lodge, to those the women whose GPA falls within the top 20th percentile. The Honors Lodge was fully renovated in the summer of 2011 and will be dedicated in fall 2011.
Our members prove year after year that they are some of brightest students at Mizzou. Check out a sampling of recognitions that our APhi members have received.
Alpha Phi Foundation Scholarship
Bright Flight Scholarship
Golden Key Scholarship
Mark Twain Scholarship
Alan C. Greenberg Scholarship
Missouri Award of Excellence
John M. Kulhman Scholarship
Rose Marie Davis Memorial Scholarship
Frank Hodges Jr. Scholarship
St. Mary’s Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship
Mabel Owen Scholarship
William E Kemp Lecture Fund