Established in 1897, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is a century-old nonprofit organization dedicated to the recognition and promotion of academic excellence in all disciplines of higher education.
With more than one million members from across the globe and about 300 chapters located on university campuses throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the Philippines, Phi Kappa Phi is one of the oldest and most respected academic honor societies.
On the national office site you will find more on the history of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi as well as information on other chapters, conferences, and scholarships. You can also purchase FKF merchandise on the site.
The society publishes a quarterly journal for distribution to its active membership. Each issue of National Forum is devoted to a significant theme and addresses prominent issues of the day from an interdisciplinary perspective. The journal features articles by scholars inside and outside the academic community. In addition to timely articles, each issue contains selected poetry and reviews of current books and periodical literature.
Active members of the Society also receive bimonthly issues of The Phi Kappa Phi Newsletter. It features news items of interest to members on both the national and local levels.