In general, students elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa are seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence in challenging courses across a wide range of fields in the liberal arts, including mathematics, humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, fine arts, foreign language, and literature. Phi Beta Kappa members enjoy intellectual challenges and knowledge for knowledge’s sake.
Follow the links below for information pertaining to…
- undergraduates in the College of Arts & Sciences
- undergraduates in other UVM colleges
- graduate students
Please note that the national Phi Beta Kappa Society has general stipulations for membership that are binding for chapters chartered after 1952. The Alpha of Vermont, founded in 1848, adheres to those stipulations in a general sense, but maintains its independence.