Phi Alpha Theta

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SPRING 2020 PHI ALPHA THETA INITIATES!

Brianna Attamante
Joseph Campisano
Natalie Chase
Kate Dobbs
Ashley Graham
Jessica Han
Adam Hostetter
Ala Jitan
Anny Lu
Jean-William Mackler
Eleanor Meli
Gabriel Perez
Christopher Roberts
Evan Royds
Melaina Valente
Austin Wang

 

We deeply regret that as a result of the Coronavirus we are unable to hold our usual annual celebration of new Phi Alpha Theta members.  While we usually are able to personally hand each of you a certificate validating your membership from the Phi Alpha Theta International Office along with a year’s subscription to The Historian, this year we will have to mail them.  But this in no way diminishes the distinction that comes with the Phi Alpha Theta membership.  You will then also become eligible to apply for prizes, awards, and scholarships available to members only. This distinction will also be noted on your transcript.

 

Dear History Majors and Minors,

A fine academic record, both in the History Department and overall, could make you eligible for membership in Phi Alpha Theta, the international honor society for history. Phi Alpha Theta is among the most prestigious departmental honor societies in America, standing only behind Phi Beta Kappa in overall honor society rank.

Eligibility requirements:

  • 3.0 overall cumulative Rutgers GPA
  • 3.5 cumulative GPA in History major or minor
  • Must have completed 60 credits overall (junior or senior standing)
  • 4 courses in History at Rutgers University

If you are interested in joining and believe you have met these requirements:

Applications will be accepted October 16, 2019 - November 22, 2019.  Once it is confirmed that you have met the requirements you will give your information to the undergraduate administrator and be invited to the induction ceremony.

If you have any questions, please contact the Undergraduate Office, 848-932-7936

At the ceremony you will receive an official certificate validating your membership directly from the Phi Alpha Theta's International Office along with a year's subscription to The Historian, a distinguished historical quarterly. You will then become eligible to apply for prizes, awards, and scholarships available to members only. This distinction will also be noted on your transcript.

Learn more about Phi Alpha Theta at www.phialphatheta.org.

Professor Leah DeVun

Undergraduate Vice Chair