Phi Alpha Honor Society
Why join Phi Alpha
Phi Alpha is a student organization that embodies Social Work Values, promotes community through building closer bonds among students. Additionally, MSU’s Beta Chapter of Phi Alpha lives out its purpose of promoting humanitarian goals and ideals through education, service, advocacy and community connection. Throughout this process Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education of social work through the recognition and promotion of scholastic excellence and fellowship among social work students. Phi Alpha members understand that academic achievements bring credit to students and the social work profession.
2019-20 Meeting Times
Please join meetings in person or via Zoom
Organizing Meeting September 20, 2019 2:00-3:00pm- Baker Hall, Room 221
Additional Meetings times and location TBD following organizing meeting.
The Michigan State University School of Social Work is a founder and charter member of the National Honor Society. The name "Phi Alpha" means "Love of Humanity".
The Beta Chapter is administered by student officers, consisting of President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer. The Executive Committee consists of the President, Vice-President, Secretary/ Treasurer, Chair of any standing committees, and the faculty advisor.
Students are admitted by invitation only.
Phi Alpha’s Purpose
The purpose of Phi Alpha is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideals. The national social work honor society seeks to foster high standards of education of social work through the recognition and promotion of scholastic excellence and fellowship among social work students. Your academic achievements bring credit to you and the social work profession.
The Phi Alpha Pledge
Please Visit https://phialpha.org to learn more about Phi Alpha National Organization.