National annual or national life dues are required to maintain active membership and receive access to member benefits and resources. Phi Kappa Phi strives to provide the best service and value to our members, which is why our leadership recently reviewed its membership dues structure. For the first time in ten years, membership dues will increase effective July 1, 2022.
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As a new member, you will pay certain national and chapter fees. The national portion, which starts at $72, pays for your pin, membership certificate and national membership dues. New initiate options include $72 for one year of membership, $105 for two years, $140 for three years or $530 for a lifetime membership.
The national annual membership renewal fee is $42 and is required to be an active member and receive the full benefits of membership for one year. Discounted national rates are available if you opt to extend your active membership for multiple years—$75 for a two year membership and $110 for a three year membership.
A life membership option is available so you can enjoy the full benefits of active membership without ever having to renew your membership again. The national life membership fee is $500 for renewing members and the Society offers a senior life membership option to members age 60 and older for $400.
The annual national membership fee is separate from your local chapter fees. Chapter fees, which vary and go directly to the chapter, cover the cost of the initiation banquet or reception and other local events, programs and awards.
For more information about chapter fees, contact your local chapter.