Mu Phi Week 5
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Mu Phi Week 5
What are candidate eligibility requirements for undergraduate students?
music majors or minors, enrolled as candidates for a degree
are at least second semester freshman
have 3.0 music, 2.0 academic GPA
What are candidate eligibility requirements for transfer students?
must meet undergrad requirements
must be enrolled long enough to have established a GPA
What are candidate eligibility requirements for graduate students?
must have been music majors, minors, or equivalent
What are candidate eligibility requirements for music faculty?
must not be affiliated with another professional music fraternity
What are the financial obligations for a candidate?
$15 candidate fee
24 initiation fee
35 annual international dues
15 badge fee
What are the candidate responsibilities?
Meet all financial obligations
attaining second semester freshman standing or be a transfer student with an established GPA
Completing Mu Phi Epsilon membership training period (rush)
completing individual chapters' rush requirements and attending all membership candidate meetings (unless excused by the VP)
participation in candidate recital
Who are alumni members?
members who graduate and join an alumni chapter
Who are allied members?
members who have graduated or moved to an area too far away from an alumni chapter or collegiate chapter; but still pay dues
What are member and chapter responsibilities?
maintain an active status and remain in good standing
satisfy financial obligations, including annual Fraternity dues and any local chapter dues, as long as enrolled as an undergraduate
maintain required GPA
attend regular chapter meetings and activities
develop the courtesy and poise of a successful professional member and musician
affiliate with an alumni chapter or as an allied member upon graduation
What are chapter responsibilities?
give service to members, school ,community, and Mu Phi Epsilon
instill loyalty to the school and department
conduct at least two business meetings a month, at least one with a formal ceremony
schedules at least four musical programs during the school year, at least one of which is open to non-members.
elect officers to work in harmony with all members
plan, assist with, and attend District Conference
when scheduled, participate in a yearly chapter review with your district director