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For questions regarding the initiation ceremony, if you lost your access code, if you have not received your certificate and pin, or if you have missed the deadline.
For problems with online registration or if you have not received an email confirmation at least one business day after completing registration. Please first be sure to check your spam filter for the confirmation email.
Due to COVID-19, the officers of the University of Arizona chapter of Phi Kappa Phi have elected to cancel the initiation ceremony originally scheduled for April 3. Initiation pins and certificates will be mailed directly to the mailing addresses provided by each initiate. Students may continue to join the Society via the link provided in your original invitation until June 30. The Society will refund any guest fees paid for the ceremony if applicable.
The access code will expire and online enrollment will close at 11:59 p.m. CST on June 30. Inquiries about accepting membership after this date should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Kappa Phi provides $1.3 million in awards and grants each year to outstanding students and members.
The Society's motto is "Let the love of learning rule humanity."
Notable alumni include former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, professor and author Brené Brown, best-selling novelist John Grisham, Grammy Award-winning soprano Renée Fleming, YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley and NASA astronaut Wendy Lawrence.
Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, Phi Kappa Phi was created to honor excellence in all academic disciplines.
Phi Kappa Phi hosts chapters at more than 325 colleges and universities in the U.S., its territories and the Philippines.