Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Eta Sigma is a national honor society inspired by the past and dedicated to the future. It is their goal to encourage and reward academic excellence among full-time, first year students in institutions of higher learning.
Induction is an outward recognition of personal accomplishment and serves as an incentive for continued high scholarship. It provides members the opportunity to meet freshman scholars from all academic disciplines on their campuses and to join them in promoting academic excellence. Members may apply for scholarships available from national and from local chapters.
The UCF chapter strives to continue to exemplify the qualities of Service, Excellence, and Community. Members of Phi Eta Sigma have access to a network of local, active members, and opportunities for service and learning and receive a family atmosphere with support from fellow members and officers. Presently, there are over 200 active members of Phi Eta Sigma and membership will be extended to first year students at the end of fall and spring semesters.
More information can be found on the UCF chapter site.
Tau Sigma members are encouraged to promote student involvement at UCF, especially in activities and programs that assist other transfer students in making a successful transition.
Membership in Tau Sigma is a special opportunity for you to distinguish yourself based on your academic excellence, and we wish to congratulate you on your early success here. Students are invited to join Tau Sigma each semester if they have met the minimum qualifications set by Tau Sigma’s National headquarters.
Membership criteria can be found here.
We are seeking exemplary students to go above and beyond and assume leadership opportunities. As a national honor society, Tau Sigma holds the keys to open many doors for you now and in the future, and this is a clear path to take full advantage of that fact. Please, contact us for more details. Tau Sigma will be participating in academic, social, and service events each semester.
We will announce meetings, social activities, service opportunities, etc. on this website and on Facebook. Please feel free to contact any officer or the faculty advisor with questions or concerns.
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