Interested in being a Mu?
Mu Beta Lambda would like to welcome you to our Spring Intake process of 2018. We are excited for new applicants and can’t wait to see the impact you can have on our co-ed business fraternity at Indiana University. Our members view Mu Beta Lambda as the foundation of our strong family ties. Our business fraternity is open to any student with a major or minor in Kelley, SPEA or Informatics with at least a 2.75 GPA.
We encourage you to reach out to our active members and alumni and browse our website to see if Mu Beta Lambda is the right family for you. We would love for you to see you at our Spring Week of Events, January 22-26, it will be a great opportunity to meet current Mus. Check back here on the Rush page and the social media pages (@iumubetalambda) for updates and more information!
Mu Beta Lambda is a business fraternity determined to uplift underrepresented minorities on campus. We stand by our pillars of Diversity & Culture, Kinship, Scholarship, Professionalism, and Community Service. Recruiting new members is both an accomplishment and an honor that our fraternity family is looking forward to.
These next few weeks will fly by and we can’t wait to get to know you and see what we can build together at Indiana University. If you have any questions regarding Spring Intake or membership, please see our FAQ Section or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Paige Drane & Swede Moorman
We are excited to extend the opportunity for membership in our business fraternity and family. In addition to applying, we recommend you get familiar with our site, our social media and current Mus to gain an understanding of who we are and what we represent. Please submit your application by January 26th at 11:59pm.
Come get to know us!
Come get to know the Mus!
Monday, January 22
Friday, January 26
Come get to know the Mus!
DNA. January 22
ELEMENT. January 23
PRIDE. January 24
LOYALTY. January 25
LOVE. January 26
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What is the intake process?
Intake is the process of earning membership into Mu Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Inc. For four weeks, potential members will learn about the history and pillars of Mu Beta Lambda while developing lasting relationships with current members and other potential members.
How do I partake in the intake process?
You can start by applying online! In addition to applying, you should make an effort to get to know current members and alumni by attending events. Even if you've already met some of us before, we'll be glad to see you again! Add iumubetalambda on social media and subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date!
Do I have to be a minority to join?
No, being a minority is not a requirement to join Mu Beta Lambda. We pride ourselves in uplifting underrepresented minority students and encouraging diversity across campus. If you feel that our mission and our pillars of Diversity & Culture, Scholarship, Professionalism, Kinship and Community Service align with your personal values, then please apply! We look forward to getting to know you.
What are the expectations for PMs (potential members)?
There's not one "Mu Mold" that every potential member will fit. We expect that every PM will have something different to bring to the table, but will generally be enthusiastic about the organization and share similar values with the organization. In addition to our mission and pillars, we value respect, positivity and being goal-oriented.
What does Mu Beta Lambda do?
Mu Beta Lambda holds external events and fundraisers throughout the semester that contribute to community development, professionalism, scholarship and greater appreciation for diversity on campus and within the community.
I have more questions, who can I talk to?
Any questions regarding the Intake process can be directed to Paige (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Swede (email@example.com). If you have more questions about Mu Beta Lambda and membership, you can talk to the Intake leaders or any other members. Don't hesitate to reach out via social media or say hey around campus!