University’s Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Ready to Relaunch

Greek letters for Phi Kappa Phi are centered in a globe and surrounded by gold detail. The whole image is surrounded by the words The Honor Society of PHI KAPPA PHI

In 1916, the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society was established on the Syracuse University campus, the 16th chapter in the nation at the time.

The society, the nation’s oldest and most selective, is unique in that it comprises both undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines, making it a good fit for Syracuse.

In 2014, reorganizations left the Syracuse chapter without someone to lead it. But that is changing, as the Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising (CFSA) is currently in the process of restarting the chapter. Invitations have recently been sent to eligible students, says Adam Crowley, fellowships advisor with CFSA and president of the University’s chapter. An induction ceremony for the new members will be held on campus on Wednesday, March 27.

You can read more about the society and its relaunch at Syracuse University in this SU News story: