Who is eligible to apply?
To apply for a Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship, you must:
How do I know if my membership is current?
Call the Society Headquarters at 800.804.9880 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is the Fellowship for Phi Kappa Phi seniors only?
In addition to being a member, you may apply at anytime after receiving your Bachelor's degree, as long as you have not earned 10+ hours of graduate credits.
What is the deadline?
The deadline to apply at your local chapter may vary. Please check with a chapter officer. To find a list of the officers at your chapter, click here.
How do I get an application?
The Fellowship application may be downloaded from this website. Please note that the application must be typed. Handwritten applications will be disqualified.
What do I include with my application?
You must include the following:
Where do I send my application?
Applications must arrive at your local Phi Kappa Phi chapter by the date they have set. The local chapter will select a nominee to compete in the national competition. See the Chapter Directory for contact information on where to send your application.
Where do I apply if I have received my Bachelor's degree a few years ago and am no longer living close to my graduating institute?
You must apply at the institution where you were inducted. See the Chapter Directory for contact information.
When will I know if I am a recipient?
You will be notified by June 1.
When will I receive my award?
You will receive your award when you and the Registrar have fully completed the Certificate of Registration, and it has been received by the Society Headquarters no earlier than July 1 of the year in which you are applying. Marcus L. Urann Fellowship recipients will receive the award in two payments, one in the fall and one in the spring.
Can my award be sent to my attending university?
The award will be sent directly to you. It is important that you provide us with a current address on your Certificate of Registration. It is your responsibility to update us on any changes in your current status.