Mu Sigma Phi Sorority

The first medical sorority in the Philippines and in Asia.
An unbroken line of over a thousand lady doctors from the University of the Philippines Manila.


Annual Activities

Mu Sigma Phi Drug Bank • Mu Caravan • Medical/Surgical Missions • Blood-Letting • First Friday Mass at PGH Chapel • An Ounce of Prevention: Immunity • Alay sa MUsmos at Ina • Service Month • MUnting KaCIyahan • Parol Para sa Sanggol • Tree Lighting Ceremony


Tutok GaMUtan Hits Target

By µƩɸ • 2 November 2009

Nine months. Eleven success stories. One goal. After nine months of treatment, the 11 participants of Tutok GaMUtan who finished this intensive therapeutic and educational program on tuberculosis (TB) were presented to Barangay Calawis in Antipolo in a ceremony last August 1.

Mu Sigma Phi Advocates Healthy Lifestyle

By Reinzi Bautista, µƩɸ '13 • 1 November 2009

The afternoon of September 20 turned into more than just a few hours of leisure for the shop-goers of SM Manila, as the mall’s central atrium turned into a venue of learning courtesy of the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority. As part of the women’s health and wellness campaign for its Diamond Anniversary, the sorority held a health lecture series directed at mothers and children.

Brilyante: Dazzling with Empowerment

By µƩɸ • 1 November 2009

In the ultimate celebration of womanhood, BRILYANTE: The Empowered Woman, a gala dinner and fashion show, proudly claimed the runway last August 28 at the NBC Tent, Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. Organized by the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority of the University of the Philippines, BRILYANTE shines brightest among gems of its kind because of its pledge to one worthy, timely cause: the fight against cervical cancer.

Doctors And Friends Model For A Cause

By µƩɸ • 6 September 2009

IT’S NEVER too late, it seems, to shift careers. The country’s leading doctors shared the stage last week with some of the industry’s top models and media personalities in a fashion show at the NBC Tent dubbed as “Brilyante: The Empowered Woman.” 

Brilyante Roundtable Discussion II: It's Not Just for Women

By Ria Mae Verdolaga, µƩɸ '13 • 22 August 2009

“I’m here to support because I believe that if men care about their partners, they should also know more,” Atty. Adel Tamano tells participants of the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority’s roundtable discussion (RTD) at The Spiral, Sofitel Philippine Plaza last August 5.