Phi Alpha Theta
Faculty Advisors: Kyle G. Volk & Robert Greene
Phi Alpha Theta is the International Honor Society in History. The Beta Psi Chapter at the University of Montana, chartered in 1948, has enrolled one thousand young historians. The basic requirement for membership is the completion of at least twelve credit hours in History with a 3.1 or higher GPA in History and a 3.0 or higher overall GPA.
To join Phi Alpha Theta at the University of Montana:
- Fill out the membership application form.
- Bring the form and a check made payable to "Phi Alpha Theta" in the amount of $55 to Diane Rapp in the History Department office (LA 256). The $55 fee is a one-time lifetime membership fee to both our local chapter and the national organization. There are no annual dues.
In conjunction with Carroll College, UM's PAT chapter is organizing the 2014 PAT Northwest Regional Conference.
Students and faculty stop in central Washington near the banks of the Columbia River
amid their return from the 2011 regional PAT conference.