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Phi Alpha Theta Alpha-Nu-Epsilon Chapter

Phi Alpha Theta Alpha-Nu-Epsilon Chapter is a club for History majors, minors, and enthusiasts!

Our goal is to promote excellence and the enjoyment of history through interaction with history professors, fellow students, and various academic activities. 

Although we're a professional society we strive to enjoy our time at school and our studies. Serious. Fun! Our activities include hosting group study sessions, movie nights, game nights, trips, and more.

Phi Alpha Theta National Honors Society [website]

For more information about joining the club please contact, David Dawson,

Why Join?

Benefits of Membership

As a member of Phi Alpha Theta, you are eligible to apply for the honor society’s awards and scholarships offered each year. Phi Alpha Theta awards scholarships and other prizes on the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level.

All student members are eligible to present a paper at the Biennial Convention and at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Meeting in their area both of which are great avenues for networking with other Historians.

Membership Requirements

History majors and non-majors alike are welcome to become members. To eligible for membership:

  • undergraduates must have completed at least 12 units in History
  • average a minimum 3.1 GPA in all history courses and an overall minimum GPA of 3.0

Freshman and Transfer Students may be Associate Members until full membership requirements are satisfied.

This chapter of the club is currently inactive. However, you could be the person to bring the club back. Interested students should contact the club's faculty advisor, Mark Hanna <>.