Pi Sigma Alpha, Eta Theta Chapter
Pi Sigma Alpha was organized by Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma XI in 1920. The Society fills an important need in the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and interest in Political Science among students in collegiate institutions. There are over 420 Chapters of the Society located in the leading institutions of higher education throughout the country. Student membership in the Society is conferred on basis of scholastic achievement.
Why be a member of Pi Sigma Alpha?
- Members have opportunities to attend events, meet invited spekers, or go on trips
- Can gain valuable leadership skills and be involved more directly with the department
- Have more opportunities to work closely with department faculty
- Membership appears on a student's transcript and is given special recognition by many law school admission offices.
- Must be a declared Political Science major
- Be junior or senior status (U3 or U4)
- Have taken two of the four 100 level introductory courses
- Have taken 15 credits, 200 level or above, in POL courses
- Have at least a 3.3 overall GPA
- Have at least a 3.5 major GPA
Contact and Information:
For information about the Eta Theta chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, please contact:
Jason Rose, Lecturer
Eta Theta Chapter Faculty Advisor
N-747 Social and Behavioral Sciences Building
For more information on the national society, pisigmaalpha.org