Phi Kappa Phi is supported by more than 1,600 volunteers that serve on the national and chapter levels. Serving as a volunteer is a wonderful opportunity for members to get involved with the Society and network with colleagues.
Volunteers are made up of lifelong learners, passionate leaders and accomplished professionals who represent the diversity of Society membership, and we encourage all members to get involved.
Learn more about the different ways you can become a Phi Kappa Phi volunteer below. Please note, volunteer opportunities are available to active members only. If your membership is not currently active, please click here to renew your membership before inquiring about volunteer opportunities.
Phi Kappa Phi’s board of directors consists of twelve members with varying backgrounds and unique skill sets. This diverse body provides direction, guidance and oversight to achieve the Society’s mission of recognizing and advancing excellence in higher education.
The Society is not currently seeking board nominations. This webpage will be updated with nomination details in late 2021 for the 2022-2024 biennium.
Phi Kappa Phi depends upon the work of more than one hundred volunteers to serve on as many as twelve national committees each biennium. Serving as a committee volunteer is a great opportunity to learn more about the operations of the Society on a national level and network with colleagues from around the country.
Click here to view eligibility requirements, term and service requirements, committee structure and a list of current committees.
Phi Kappa Phi chapters depend on a number of members to serve as chapter officers. Officers are responsible for the management and growth of the chapter, including the initiation of new members and the promotion of the chapter on the campus and in the community.
Click here to learn how you can serve as an officer with your local chapter.
The Forum is the Society's quarterly publication that provides coverage of the latest Phi Kappa Phi happenings and the world at large. The magazine reaches more than 100,000 readers, including active members, government officials, libraries, executives and others.
The Forum accepts member submissions in the form of member and chapter news, original poetry, book reviews and contributions based on the theme of each issue. Click here to learn more.