top of page

Local Phi Beta Kappa Chapters

The Amherst College Beta of Massachusetts chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was founded in 1853. For more information, contact Professor Natasha Elena Staller.

Omicron of Massachusetts chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was founded at Boston College in 1971. Each year, the BC Chapter presents the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Award to a faculty member at the annual initiation ceremony, which is held the Sunday before Commencement. Contact Dr. Kenneth Mark Craig with questions.

The Boston University Epsilon of Massachusetts chapter was chartered in 1899. With questions, please reach out to Anne Austin.

The Mu of Massachusetts chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was founded at Brandeis in 1962. Since its founding at Brandeis, the Mu Chapter has awarded Phi Beta Kappa honors to 2,349 students from 59 countries. Please contact Ms. Alice A. Kelikian if you have questions.

The Phi Beta Kappa Lambda of Massachusetts chapter was founded in 1953 at Clark University. Contact Ms. Esther L. Jones with questions.

Phi Beta Kappa's Pi of Massachusetts chapter was founded at the College of the Holy Cross in 1974. Please direct your questions to Ms. Susan Teresa Amatangelo.

Phi Beta Kappa was founded at Harvard College as the Alpha of Massachusetts chapter in 1781. Please contact Mr. Logan Stewart McCarty with questions.

MIT's Phi Beta Kappa chapter was chartered as the Xi of Massachusetts chapter in 1971. Xi of Massachusetts annually elects approximately 75 students in their senior year of undergraduate study. In early June each year, on the afternoon before MIT’s annual Commencement exercises, our Phi Beta Kappa chapter holds an induction ceremony to honor our newest members in front of their family and friends. Please reach out to Kimberly Benard to learn more.

The Theta of Massachusetts Phi Beta Kappa chapter was founded at Mount Holyoke College in 1905. Contact Dr. Stan P. Rachootin with questions.

Phi Beta Kappa chartered the Zeta of Massachusetts chapter at Smith College in 1904. Please contact Mr. John Peter Loveless with questions.

Tufts University's Phi Beta Kappa Chapter, Delta of Massachusetts chapter, was established in 1892. With questions, reach out to David John Proctor.

The Nu of Massachusetts Phi Beta Kappa chapter was founded at The University of Massachusetts in 1965. Contact Dr. Joseph Francis Bartolomeo with questions.

The Eta of Massachusetts chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was charted at Wellesley College in 1904. If you have questions, you may contact Mrs. Sarah Wall-Randell.

Wheaton College's Phi Beta Kappa Kappa of Massachusetts chapter was established in 1932. Contact Dr. Leah N. Niederstadt with questions.

The Gamma of Massachusetts chapter was founded at Williams College in 1864. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Edward Thomas Ewing.

Please reload

bottom of page