Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest and most widely known academic honor society. The Society celebrates excellence in the liberal arts and sciences.
The Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa elects members and hosts an induction ceremony in April. Mr. Paul Chellgren was selected as the keynote speaker for the 2012 initiation. To view the keynote address, click here.
To be elected into Phi Beta Kappa, students must meet our criteria which are explained on our membership requirements page. Students at the University of Kentucky may be nominated in three ways:
When in doubt, NOMINATE! Duplicate nominations are not a problem. The nomination period for induction in 2013 has closed.
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