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We welcome you to The Mu Alumni Board website. Mu chapter was charted on the campus of the first degree granting HBCU, The Lincoln University in 1922. With our fraternity’s motto in mind we’ve produced many programs of cultural and educational values for more than nine decades. Each member of this chapter exemplifies the high ideals of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. as we look to provide leadership and love to the Lincoln Community.

 As you explore our website we hope to inspire you to become an agent of change and stand beside the brothers of Mu Chapter as we strive to create a “Culture For Service, and Service For Humanity.”


Rest In Peace Bro. Patrick Robinson

With the utmost sadness we’ve learned our dear Mu Chapter Brother Patrick Robinson has passed away. Bro. Robinson crossed in the Spring of ‘97, the Deuce of his line earning the name Ben Grimm. Our chapter sends his wife, family and all those who knew and loved him our deepest condolences. Here are a few words from his Line Brothers:

"Anyone who knew Patrick prior to Sigma knew him as a brother that loved playing ball. Pat came to LU as part of the class of 99. His first love was playing basketball that showed through his killer crossover.

Pat expressed interest in our beloved fraternity in the Spring semester of 1997. From that point on he was all business, from then till the day he went home to be with the Lord.

He had a soft voice, but each word gave such a command! And he was always respected. Pat has always been the voice of reason in the midst of strife.

He loved us and we loved him! It was more than a fraternity….it was was brotherhood! We were line brothers, fraternity brothers, we transcended blood!

During our time at Lincoln, we can literally say that everyone who knew Pat liked him. LU students could be very territorial with students from different parts of the country. It didn’t matter where you were from whether a different Borough of NY, Philly, the DMV, etc.  Whenever it was time to handle our business Pat would always say to us “Let’s go Hard”. He was always laughing and made us laugh. Pat was a good brother that everyone loved. He exemplified love living by the mantra ‘Spread Love Its the Brooklyn Way’."

Countdown to Mu Centennial

May 11, 2022






Our brotherhood is something that is one of a kind. As we are an "inclusive we", we strive to be that helping hand, shoulder to lean on, and just be the brother to be there for the next man, in good times as well as bad times.

A principle we hold dear to us as we are an

organization that prides our self on having skillsets and knowledge that we can pass on to brothers near and far, as well as our communities that we serve.

A key principle that is important to us, and to our organization as a whole as with out service, we are not serving our communities to the best of our abilities. Phi Beta Sigma prides its self on being an asset for the general public through social action.