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Phi Alpha Theta

The Alpha-Epsilon-Xi Chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society recognizes academic excellence and achievement. This honor society promotes the study of History through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of ideas among historians and students of History. Each year, invitations for membership are sent to History and History/Education majors, as well as History minors, who meet the rigorous criteria of this society. These criteria include a minimum of 12 credit hours in history, academic rank in the top 35 percent of one’s class, and minimum cumulative averages of 3.1 in history courses and 3.0 overall. All courses must have been taken at PC or in the Providence-in-Europe program. The faculty advisor is Dr. Constance M. Rousseau, Professor of History.