Additional Member Benefits through Alpha Chi’s Partners

Alpha Chi has teamed up with several organizations to provide discounts and services for our members. Check out our partners:

HP Savings Program

Alpha Chi is proud to offer exclusive discounts through our new partnership with HP, with monthly offers and savings up to 35% on the largest selection anywhere of HP products. Members can click here to take advantage of these discounts.

(Note: while this is branded as an “Employee Purchase Program” by HP, they also offer this partnership to organizations like ours with large memberships. You do not have to be an Alpha Chi employee to take advantage of this great offer.)

Nationwide Insurance®

Nationwide® offers an exclusive discount on auto insurance for Alpha Chi members. As the official insurance provider of Alpha Chi, they offer a full suite of products to help protect you through all stages of life. Check out other insurance coverages and discounts offered by Nationwide and enjoy the convenience of coverage from a single source! To get a free, no-obligation quote, contact a local Nationwide Insurance agent, call 866-238-1426, or visit Nationwide online.

Brown’s Graduation Supplies

Brown’s is the supplier of all official Alpha Chi merchandise such as jewelry, graduation regalia, apparel, and gifts. Check with your chapter sponsor to see if your chapter provides for Alpha Chi graduation items such as honor cords, stoles, or medallions. If not, members may order directly from Brown’s at, or call them at 870-932-4832.

Hotel & Travel Discounts for Members

Alpha Chi is pleased to offer members, sponsors, and their families a worldwide hotel discount booking service, with savings averaging 10-20% on hotel and car rental suppliers around the world. Members may click here to start saving.

Internship Support

Through Alpha Chi’s membership in the Association of College Honor Societies, our members are eligible for stipends for summer internships and academic seminars offered by these ACHS partners: Washington Internship Institute, The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, and The Fund for American Studies.