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Emporia State University Chapter of
PHI ETA SIGMA

Phi Eta Sigma is the national scholastic honor society for students who have achieved an average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, and a class rank in the upper 20 percent of their class during the first year of college. We believe an invitation to join Phi Eta Sigma is an important academic accomplishment and these students are truly deserving of this recognition.

Emporia State University students who accept an invitation to join Phi Eta Sigma will pay a one time fee of $43.00 to receive life-time membership in the Phi Eta Sigma National Honors Society and participate in the on campus induction and banquet.  Invitation letters are mailed to qualified students early in the fall semester.

The 2018 banquet is scheduled on October 3, 2018.  To accept the invitation, invited students must complete the membership application with payment by September 19, 2018.  Family and friends are also invited to the induction/banquet and may attend as guests at a cost of $17.00 each (reservations required).

Deadline for membership application:  Wednesday, September 19, 2018.

Note: Membership fees are $43 for a life-time membership.  Of this, $25 goes to the national office for your engraved certificate, pin, FORUM magazine, transportation of a chapter delegate to the national convention, distribution of Hints on Learning and Studying, and the expenses of the national office.  The remaining sum will be used to pay for your share of the induction and banquet, printing of programs, and expenses incurred in the promotion of the organization.  This initiation fee constitutes the only expense of your membership, and there are no further dues, fees or assessments collected after you become an active member.  Learn more about the benefits of Phi Eta Sigma membership at https://www.phietasigma.org/benefits.  Phi Eta Sigma is not associated with Emporia State Honors College membership or activities.

Questions about the local chapter should be directed to Brenda Wiggins, 620-341-5899.