Phi Alpha Theta, the International Honor Society in History

Students who have completed a minimum of twelve credit hours in History (not including pass/fail and AP credits), with a GPA of 3.1 or better in their History courses and a GPA of 3.0 or better overall, are eligible to join Phi Alpha Theta, an international honor society in history. Transfer students must have completed six of their twelve credit hours at William and Mary and have received an "A" in at least one of those William and Mary History courses. Phi Alpha Theta sponsors lectures, field trips, receptions, and other activities in which students can become acquainted with other History majors, with faculty, and with distinguished visitors. Student officers, advised by History faculty, conduct the affairs of the college chapter. Members receive the quarterly journal, The Historian; they also become eligible to participate in national scholarship competitions sponsored by the organization. Selection and initiation of new Phi Alpha Theta members occurs each Spring. For further information, contact the History Department office for the name of the current faculty advisor.

Applicants to Phi Alpha Theta can use this link to apply, but please note that this link will only be active during application season (usually early-to-mid October for the fall semester and mid-to-late February for the spring semester)