The Mu Gamma chapter at Culver-Stockton College recently received a Chapter of Excellence Award from Chi Omega, the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world. It is the second year in a row for Mu Gamma to receive that honor.
PHOTO CAPTION: Members of the executive board for the Mu Gamma chapter of Chi Omega at Culver-Stockton College show off a Chapter of Excellence Award it recently received. Front row from left are Lexi Janney of Canton, Dannicka Wiseman of Monticello, Kailee Gaither of Canton and Alexa Klocke of Maywood; back row from left, Camryn Frese from Quincy, Ill., Erin Karg of Rockton, Ill., Maryanna Catrine of Springboro, Ohio, Annie Hoffman of Canton and Chloe Sivesind of Surprise, Ariz.
CANTON, Mo. — The Mu Gamma chapter at Culver-Stockton College recently received a Chapter of Excellence Award from Chi Omega, the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world. It is the second year in a row for Mu Gamma to receive that honor. Sixty-three out of the 181 Chi Omega chapters across the country received this recognition.
Mu Gamma maintained an 87 percent or higher average on a performance scorecard throughout the past year. The chapter is scored on six topics — retention, recruitment, chapter operations, programming, scholarship and leadership.
Mu Gamma has 65 members in its chapter. Kailee Gaither, a senior from Canton, Mo., is the chapter president.
Chapter advisors on the Culver-Stockton faculty and staff are Carla Boren, director of advancement for award and leadership giving; Missy Dubuque, director of alumni programs; and Dell Ann Janney, associate dean for experiential education and external relations and professor of accounting. Other alumnae advisors are Chelsea Hoffman, Stephanie Kelly, Jamie McKinnon, Chevie Lay, Emma Baker and Rachel Cramsey.
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