Centennial Convention 2022
Membership is limited to the top 10 percent of juniors, seniors, and graduate students at colleges and universities that have a chapter of Alpha Chi.
Individual applications made directly to the national office will not be accepted. Invitations to membership are issued only by the faculty of colleges and universities that have an Alpha Chi chapter.
We’ll be happy to let you know if your college has an active chapter of Alpha Chi. Call us at 800-477-4225.
Yes, starting in the late spring of 2007, chapters are able to invite graduate students to membership.
The lifetime national membership fee is $55. Chapters may add local dues to help fund chapter events and subsidize convention attendance.
Then the only way you can become a member of Alpha Chi is to help establish a new chapter on your campus. If you e-mail the national office, we can tell you more about this process. However, the key will be enlisting faculty and administrative support, since the application for a chapter must come through the institution itself.
Perhaps the chapter has become inactive. In this case, contact the national office for assistance in reviving the chapter. Sometimes this can be accomplished if students on campus demonstrate sufficient interest to the administration and faculty.
Contact your school’s faculty sponsor in charge of maintaining the chapter. That person should be able to answer your questions. Call 800-477-4225 for the name and email address of your chapter’s faculty sponsor.
Again, you need to check with the chapter sponsor. You could have been accidentally overlooked, or you may not be aware of some requirement you are missing.
Alpha Chi is organized as a non-profit corporation in the state of Texas and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies.