Phi Alpha Theta is a honors fraternity for history students on campus. Membership is based off of a student’s departmental GPA and amount of classes taken within the History Department. It is one of the oldest national academic honors fraternity and has had a chapter at Carthage since the 1960s. Phi Alpha Theta students on campus participate in a wide variety of historical activities each year from speakers, field trips, research projects, and participation in national conferences hosted by the national fraternity. Phi Alpha Theta is an honors fraternity and members retain membership for life.
What are some of your org's major events and activities?
Each year, our PhAT members participate in a number of conferences, both regional and local. We also host at least two speakers a year for the campus, inviting scholars from across the country to present about their research. Lastly, we also plan social gatherings for our members, doing things such as touring the Miller Brewery.
Why should people join this organization?
As one of the oldest honorary organizations in existence, being invited to become a member of Phi Alpha Theta is a definite privilege. By being a member, you are a member for life and join the ranks of many famous brethren.
Who can join?
Membership is limited to students who have taken at least three History courses and maintained a high academic standing within the History Department and in the College overall.
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