Mu Phi Epsilon Fraternity maintains affiliations with:
American Classical Music Hall of Fame
A celebration of America's vast musical heritage with a center to honor the great figures of our musical past and present and to exhibit memorabilia, interactive displays and recordings of great American music and musicians.
American Music Conference (AMC)
To educate the general public about the benefits of music in education, recreation and cultural activities; to encourage the support, continuation and improvement of music education standards in the schools.
American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)
The national voice for music therapy, advocating for the development and expansion of music therapy services and programs, both nationally and internationally.
International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM)
A resource on women composers and women in music topics.
The National Association for Music Education (NAME)
Formerly MENC, Music Educators National Conference.
For those in the field of music education.
Music Teachers National Association (MTNA)
For furthering the art of music through teaching, performance, composition and scholarly research.
National Association of Composers, U.S.A. (NACUSA)
For the promotion of American composers and their music.
National Coalition for Music Education
The nations most influential advocacy organization for the music community.
National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC)
Through which Mu Phi Epsilon has supported Young Artist Auditions, Student Auditions and National Music Week.
North American Interfraternity Foundation (NIF)
Promotes and support leadership, educational, and research initiatives that advance the North American college fraternal experience by giving scholarships, grants and recognition.
National Interfraternity Music Council (NIMC)
Composed of the National/International Presidents of seven music fraternities, and meets annually to discuss matters of mutual interest.
National Music Council (NMC)
Composed of representatives of musical associations of national scope and activity in the United States of America. The NMC has a speakers bureau of composers and songwriters to educate the public about the issues and ramifications of music piracy on the internet.
Professional Fraternity Association (PFA)
Supports professional fraternities and sororities, to preserve high standards on campus and in professional practice.
The Society for American Music
(formerly the Sonneck Society)--a non-profit scholarly and educational organization, seeks to stimulate the appreciation, performance, creation, and study of American music in all its historical and contemporary styles and contexts.
A public service of the Music Education Coalition offering tools and information to promote music in the schools.