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.
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
The Mu Sigma Phi Fraternity and Sorority, in partnership with CAMP Volunteer Corps, Regionalization Students Organization, UP Biology Majors Association, UP CAMP Student Council, UPCN Student Council, UP Health Sciences and Pre-Med Society, UP Sandigan, and UPCM Class 2020 held the first Lukso ng Dugo of the academic year last August 16, 2016.
Last May 28, 2016, Batch 2020 of the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority shared laughter and joy with the teens and children of Tahanan Sta. Luisa (TSL) through a short Turnover of the proceeds of the event RISE: Redefining Independence and Self Empowerment that was held last April 30, 2016.
For 7 years now, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority has advocated for disease prevention through regular and updated immunization for every health worker in order to become a better service provider. This month, more than a hundred UP Manila students and PGH staff heeded the challenge to “Call the Shots: Take Charge of Your Health” through this year’s ImMUnity. First, they were informed of the popular myths and truths about vaccination through an exhibit at the PGH Elevator Lobby from May 16 to June 10.
More than awareness, the one day charity event RISE brought so much hope to the children of Tahanan Sta. Luisa. The program was held last April 29, 2016 at SM City Manila Cyberzone Event Center and was opened by the Most Exalted Sister, Aca Almelor µΣΦ '16, with her welcoming remarks. The hosts who helped in pumping up the crowd were Dan Concepcion of Class 2020 and Trina Villanueva of Class 2020.
It was on the 20th of March when the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority conducted yet another leg of the meaningful service event, “Cervix-O”, of the Mu Health Caravan. In partnership with Caritas Manila, breast and cervical cancer examinations were offered to a number of women in Baseco Compound, Manila. The event was a means of forwarding one of the sorority’s greatest advocacies: Women Empowerment.