List of Phi Beta Kappa chapters

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A listing of the chapters of Phi Beta Kappa Society.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Number School Chapter Name Chartering date
1 College of William & Mary Alpha of Virginia[a] December 5, 1776
2 Yale University Alpha of Connecticut[b] November 13, 1780[7]
3 Harvard University Alpha of Massachusetts[c] September 5, 1781[8]
4 Dartmouth College Alpha of New Hampshire August 20, 1787
5 Union College Alpha of New York May 1, 1817
6 Bowdoin College Alpha of Maine February 22, 1825
7 Brown University Alpha of Rhode Island July 31, 1830
8 Trinity College Beta of Connecticut July 2, 1845[7]
9 Wesleyan University Gamma of Connecticut July 7, 1845[7]
10 Case Western Reserve University Alpha of Ohio October 28, 1847
11 University of Vermont Alpha of Vermont March 7, 1848
12 University of Alabama Alpha of Alabama[d] June 1851
13 Amherst College Beta of Massachusetts August 9, 1853[8]
14 Kenyon College Beta of Ohio June 29, 1858[9]
15 New York University Beta of New York December 23, 1858
16 Marietta College Gamma of Ohio June 9, 1860
17 Williams College Gamma of Massachusetts July 30, 1864[8]
18 City College of New York Gamma of New York July 24, 1867
19 Middlebury College Beta of Vermont August 17, 1868
20 Rutgers University Alpha of New Jersey February 22, 1869
21 Columbia University Delta of New York April 22, 1869
22 Hamilton College Epsilon of New York May 24, 1870
23 Hobart and William Smith Colleges Zeta of New York July 6, 1871
24 Colgate University Eta of New York June 19, 1878
25 Cornell University Theta of New York May 28, 1882
26 Dickinson College Alpha of Pennsylvania April 13, 1887
27 Lehigh University Beta of Pennsylvania April 15, 1887
28 University of Rochester Iota of New York April 20, 1887
29 DePauw University Alpha of Indiana December 17, 1889
30 Northwestern University Alpha of Illinois February 18, 1890
31 University of Kansas Alpha of Kansas April 2, 1890
32 Lafayette College Gamma of Pennsylvania April 5, 1890
33 Tufts University Delta of Massachusetts November 18, 1892[8]
34 University of Pennsylvania Delta of Pennsylvania December 9, 1892
35 University of Minnesota Alpha of Minnesota December 13, 1892
36 University of Iowa Alpha of Iowa September 30, 1895
37 Johns Hopkins University Alpha of Maryland October 10, 1895
38 University of Nebraska–Lincoln Alpha of Nebraska December 23, 1895
39 Colby College Beta of Maine January 3, 1896
40 Syracuse University Kappa of New York February 10, 1896
41 Swarthmore College Epsilon of Pennsylvania June 9, 1896
42 Vassar College Mu of New York April 7, 1899
43 Wabash College Beta of Indiana November 7, 1898
44 University of California, Berkeley Alpha of California December 23, 1898
45 Haverford College Zeta of Pennsylvania January 20, 1899
46 University of Wisconsin–Madison Alpha of Wisconsin February 2, 1899
47 Boston University Epsilon of Massachusetts February 8, 1899[8]
48 University of Cincinnati Delta of Ohio April 11, 1899
49 Princeton University Beta of New Jersey June 7, 1899
50 St. Lawrence University Lambda of New York June 24, 1899
51 University of Chicago Beta of Illinois July 1, 1899
52 Vanderbilt University Alpha of Tennessee November 5, 1901
53 University of Missouri Alpha of Missouri December 5, 1901
54 Allegheny College Eta of Pennsylvania February 18, 1902
55 University of Colorado Alpha of Colorado October 18, 1904
56 Smith College Zeta of Massachusetts October 19, 1904[8]
57 Stanford University Beta of California November 1, 1904
58 University of North Carolina Alpha of North Carolina November 7, 1904
59 Colorado College Beta of Colorado November 11, 1904
60 Wellesley College Eta of Massachusetts November 14, 1904[8]
61 Ohio State University Epsilon of Ohio December 8, 1904
62 Mount Holyoke College Theta of Massachusetts January 30, 1905[8]
63 University of Texas at Austin Alpha of Texas February 2, 1905
64 Goucher College Beta of Maryland February 24, 1905
65 Oberlin College Zeta of Ohio November 8, 1907
66 Ohio Wesleyan University Eta of Ohio November 9, 1907
67 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign Gamma of Illinois November 11, 1907
68 University of Michigan Alpha of Michigan November 13, 1907
69 Franklin & Marshall College Theta of Pennsylvania January 30, 1908
70 Grinnell College Beta of Iowa April 11, 1908
71 University of Virginia Beta of Virginia June 16, 1908
72 Tulane University Alpha of Louisiana February 26, 1909
73 West Virginia University Alpha of West Virginia December 5, 1910
74 Denison University Theta of Ohio January 18, 1911
75 Indiana University Bloomington Gamma of Indiana January 20, 1911
76 Washington and Lee University Gamma of Virginia May 5, 1911
77 Miami University Iota of Ohio June 14, 1911
78 Beloit College Beta of Wisconsin June 19, 1911
79 Lawrence University Gamma of Wisconsin[e] February 20, 1914
80 Pomona College Gamma of California March 7, 1914
81 University of Georgia Alpha of Georgia March 14, 1914
82 Carleton College Beta of Minnesota March 31, 1914
83 University of Washington Alpha of Washington April 20, 1914
84 Radcliffe College Iota of Massachusetts[c] May 11, 1914[8]
85 Washington University in St. Louis Beta of Missouri May 13, 1914
86 University of North Dakota Alpha of North Dakota June 13, 1914
87 Knox College Delta of Illinois February 15, 1917
88 Randolph College Delta of Virginia May 5, 1917
89 Bates College Gamma of Maine May 29, 1917
90 Duke University Beta of North Carolina March 29, 1920
91 Hunter College Nu of New York February 11, 1920
92 Whitman College Beta of Washington January 20, 1920
93 University of Oklahoma Alpha of Oklahoma May 24, 1920
94 Gettysburg College Iota of Pennsylvania January 11, 1923[11][12]
95 University of Maine Delta of Maine January 26, 1923[11]
96 Davidson College Gamma of North Carolina March 1, 1923[11][13]
97 University of Oregon Alpha of Oregon April 14, 1923[11]
98 Drake University Gamma of Iowa April 19, 1923[11][14]
99 Cornell College Delta of Iowa May 3, 1923[11][15]
100 University of Kentucky Alpha of Kentucky September 8, 1925[16][17]
101 Sewanee: The University of the South Beta of Tennessee March 16, 1926[16][18]
102 Agnes Scott College Beta of Georgia March 23, 1926[16][19]
103 University of South Carolina Alpha of South Carolina April 8, 1926[16][20]
104 College of Wooster Kappa of Ohio April 20, 1926[16][21]
105 Occidental College Delta of California May 12, 1926[16][22]
106 University of South Dakota Alpha of South Dakota June 4, 1926[16][23]
107 University of Idaho Alpha of Idaho June 5, 1926[16][24]
108 Rice University Beta of Texas March 1, 1929[16][25]
109 University of Southern California Epsilon of California March 14, 1929[16][26]
110 Mills College Zeta of California March 16, 1929[16][27]
111 Emory University Gamma of Georgia April 3, 1929[16][28]
112 Washington State University Gamma of Washington April 6, 1929[16][29]
113 University of Richmond Epsilon of Virginia April 12, 1929[16][30]
114 Ohio University Lambda of Ohio April 26, 1929[16][31]
115 University of Arizona Alpha of Arizona April 20, 1932[32]
116 University of Arkansas Alpha of Arkansas April 4, 1932[33]
117 Illinois College Epsilon of Illinois April 6, 1932[34]
118 Wells College Xi of New York May 7, 1932[35]
119 Wheaton College Kappa of Massachusetts March 18, 1932[8][36]
120 University of Utah Alpha of Utah January 3, 1935[37]
Connecticut College Delta of Connecticut February 13, 1935[7][38]
Florida State University Alpha of Florida March 4, 1935[f]
Washington and Jefferson College Kappa of Pennsylvania October 30, 1937[39]
Birmingham–Southern College Beta of Alabama November 26, 1937[40]
Pennsylvania State University Lambda of Pennsylvania December 7, 1937[41]
University at Buffalo Omicron of New York January 29, 1938[42]
University of Florida Beta of Florida February 17, 1938[g][43]
Randolph–Macon College Zeta of Virginia[h] 1937[45]
University of California, Los Angeles Eta of California[i] January 14, 1938[45][46][47]
George Washington University Alpha of D.C. February 22, 1938[48]
Reed College Beta of Oregon May 6, 1938[49]
St. Catherine University Gamma of Minnesota May 17, 1938[50]
Bucknell University Mu of Pennsylvania November 7, 1940[51]
Albion College Beta of Michigan November 8, 1940[51]
University of Denver Gamma of Colorado November 25, 1940[51]
University of Wyoming Alpha of Wyoming November 26, 1940[51]
Elmira College Pi of New York November 29, 1940[51]
Wake Forest University Delta of North Carolina January 13, 1941[51][52]
Wofford College Beta of South Carolina January 14, 1941[51][53]
Catholic University of America Beta of D.C. January 15, 1941[51][54]
Milwaukee-Downer College Delta of Wisconsin[e] January 21, 1941[51][55]
St. Olaf College Delta of Minnesota November 4, 1949[56][57]
Rhodes College Gamma of Tennessee December 5, 1949[57][58]
Southern Methodist University Gamma of Texas December 12, 1949[57]
Coe College Epsilon of Iowa December 13, 1949[57]
Hampden-Sydney College Eta of Virginia December 13, 1949[57]
Queens College Sigma of New York January 9, 1950[57][59]
Brooklyn College Rho of New York January 13, 1950[57]
Wilson College Nu of Pennsylvania January 20, 1950[57]
Sweet Briar College Theta of Virginia March 3, 1950[57]
Augustana College Zeta of Illinois March 17, 1950[57]
Ripon College Epsilon of Wisconsin December 12, 1952[60]
University of New Hampshire Beta of New Hampshire December 16, 1952[60][61]
University of Hawaii Alpha of Hawaii December 19, 1952[60][62]
Wayne State University Gamma of Michigan January 16, 1953[63]
University of Pittsburgh Xi of Pennsylvania January 19, 1953[63]
Clark University Lambda of Massachusetts February 2, 1953[8][63]
Rockford University Eta of Illinois February 21, 1953[63]
Fisk University Delta of Tennessee April 4, 1953[63][64]
Howard University Gamma of D.C. April 8, 1953[63][65]
University of North Carolina at Greensboro Epsilon of North Carolina[j] February 17, 1956[45]
University of Connecticut Epsilon of Connecticut April 4, 1956[7][66]
University of Delaware Alpha of Delaware April 25, 1956[66]
Kalamazoo College Delta of Michigan December 9, 1958[67]
Lake Forest College Theta of Illinois February 9, 1962[68]
166 Hollins University Iota of Virginia February 20, 1962[68][69]
Fordham University Tau of New York March 1, 1962[68]
Scripps College Theta of California March 1, 1962[68]
169 Brandeis University Mu of Massachusetts March 5, 1962[8][70]
170 Chatham University Omicron of Pennsylvania March 15, 1962[70]
University of Maryland, College Park Gamma of Maryland December 16, 1964[71]
University of New Mexico Alpha of New Mexico April 6, 1965[72]
Georgetown University Delta of D.C. April 29, 1965[73]
Earlham College Delta of Indiana February 18, 1965[74]
University of Tennessee Epsilon of Tennessee January 29, 1965[75]
University of California, Riverside Iota of California April 7, 1965[76]
University of Massachusetts Nu of Massachusetts March 30, 1965[8][77]
University of California, Davis Kappa of California[k] May 14, 1968[79]
University of California, Santa Barbara Lambda of California 1968[80]
Muhlenberg College Pi of Pennsylvania February 23, 1968[81]
Macalester College Epsilon of Minnesota February 22, 1968[82]
Morehouse College Delta of Georgia January 6, 1968[83]
Michigan State University Epsilon of Michigan February 4, 1968[84]
University of Notre Dame Epsilon of Indiana February 11, 1968[85]
Saint Louis University Gamma of Missouri August 27, 1968[86]
Centre College Beta of Kentucky March 12, 1971[87]
Lehman College Chi of New York 1971
Trinity Washington University Epsilon of D.C. February 18, 1971[88]
University of Mary Washington Kappa of Virginia February 22, 1971[89]
Texas Christian University Delta of Texas February 24, 1971[90]
Mary Baldwin College Lambda of Virginia April 26, 1971[91]
Hiram College Mu of Ohio Spring 1971[92]
Boston College Omicron of Massachusetts April 6, 1971[8][93]
Skidmore College Phi of New York February 20, 1971[94]
Binghamton University Psi of New York May 7, 1971
199 Manhattan College Upsilon of New York February 12, 1971[95][96]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Xi of Massachusetts 1971[8]
Purdue University Zeta of Indiana February 23, 1971[97]
Hope College Zeta of Michigan February 13, 1971[98]
Marquette University Zeta of Wisconsin 1971
Arizona State University Beta of Arizona 1973
Colorado State University Delta of Colorado November 15, 1973[99]
Furman University Gamma of South Carolina December 5, 1973[100]
Hofstra University Omega of New York 1973
Iowa State University Zeta of Iowa December 19, 1973[101]
University at Albany, SUNY Alpha Alpha of New York March 7, 1974[102]
Stony Brook University Alpha Beta of New York May 1974[103]
Kansas State University Beta of Kansas 1974
Trinity University Epsilon of Texas 1974
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Eta of Wisconsin 1974
University of California, Irvine Mu of California 1974
San Diego State University Nu of California April 27, 1974[104]
College of the Holy Cross Pi of Massachusetts 1974[8]
Temple University Rho of Pennsylvania 1974
Hamline University Zeta of Minnesota April 1974[105]
California State University, Long Beach Rho of California 1977
University of California, San Diego Sigma of California May 27, 1977[106]
University of Redlands Xi of California 1977
Santa Clara University Pi of California 1977
Louisiana State University Beta of Louisiana 1977
Baylor University Zeta of Texas April 12, 1977[107]
University of Rhode Island Beta of Rhode Island April 22, 1977[108]
Kent State University Nu of Ohio April 27, 1977[109]
Virginia Tech Mu of Virginia May 8, 1977[110]
San Francisco State University Omicron of California May 26, 1977[111]
University of Illinois at Chicago Iota of Illinois June 3, 1977[112]
Drew University Gamma of New Jersey April 26, 1980[113]
Alma College Eta of Michigan April 3, 1980[114]
McDaniel College Delta of Maryland May 1, 1980[115]
Stetson University Gamma of Florida November 19, 1982[116]
Claremont McKenna College Tau of California 1983
Luther College Eta of Iowa April 19, 1983[117]
University of Miami Delta of Florida February 5, 1983[118]
Bowling Green State University Xi of Ohio 1983[119]
Gustavus Adolphus College Eta of Minnesota April 7, 1983[120]
University of California, Santa Cruz Upsilon of California 1986
University of Puget Sound Delta of Washington April 10, 1986[121]
Villanova University Sigma of Pennsylvania April 13, 1986[122]
University of Dallas Eta of Texas 1989
Millsaps College Alpha of Mississippi March 4, 1989[123]
University of Tulsa Beta of Oklahoma May 4, 1989[124]
Wittenberg University Omicron of Ohio May 5, 1992[125]
Ursinus College Tau of Pennsylvania March 29, 1992[126]
American University Zeta of D.C. December 1, 1994[127]
Fairfield University Zeta of Connecticut April 4, 1995[7][128]
Loyola University Kappa of Illinois 1995
Loyola University Epsilon of Maryland 1995
Southwestern University Theta of Texas March 25, 1995[129]
North Carolina State University Zeta of North Carolina April 17, 1995[130]
Carnegie Mellon University Upsilon of Pennsylvania April 30, 1995[131]
Willamette University Delta of Oregon February 1, 1998[132]
Hendrix College Beta of Arkansas April 16, 1998[133]
Lewis & Clark College Gamma of Oregon 1998
St. Mary's College of Maryland Zeta of Maryland April 22, 1998[134]
University of Maryland, Baltimore County Eta of Maryland March 16, 1998[135]
Spelman College Epsilon of Georgia February 10, 1998[136]
Western Michigan University Theta of Michigan February 22, 1998[137]
Illinois Wesleyan University Lambda of Illinois February 21, 2001[138]
Auburn University Gamma of Alabama March 22, 2001[139]
Austin College Iota of Texas March 30, 2001[140]
Florida International University Epsilon of Florida April 1, 2001[141]
University of Mississippi Beta of Mississippi April 6, 2001[142]
Saint Joseph's University Phi of Pennsylvania 2001
Truman State University Delta of Missouri January 31, 2001[143]
University of San Diego Phi of California November 14, 2003[144]
State University of New York at Geneseo Alpha Delta of New York January 16, 2004[145]
265 Texas A&M University Kappa of Texas February 17, 2004[146]
Eckerd College Zeta of Florida February 27, 2004[147]
Alfred University Alpha Gamma of New York March 19, 2004[148]
267 Roanoke College Nu of Virginia March 12, 2004[149]
Valparaiso University Eta of Indiana April 1, 2004[150]
Saint Michael's College Gamma of Vermont April 16, 2004[151]
Washington College Theta of Maryland February 23, 2007[152][153]
University of the Pacific Chi of California March 31, 2007[152][153]
Clemson University Delta of South Carolina April 2, 2007[152][153][154]
The College of New Jersey Delta of New Jersey April 9, 2007[152][153][155]
Texas Tech University Lambda of Texas April 11, 2007[152][153]
Xavier University Pi of Ohio April 11, 2007[152][153]
Butler University Theta of Indiana February 4, 2010[156][157][158]
James Madison University Xi of Virginia March 17, 2010[157][158][159]
Elon University Eta of North Carolina April 13, 2010[157][158][160]
C. of Saint Benedict and Saint John's U. Theta of Minnesota April 27, 2010[157][158]
281 Creighton University Beta of Nebraska November 29, 2012[161][162]
282 Oklahoma State University Gamma of Oklahoma January 17, 2013[161][163]
283 George Mason University Omicron of Virginia April 17, 2013[161][164]
284 University of Houston Mu of Texas March 4, 2016[165][166]
285 Mercer University Zeta of Georgia April 9, 2016[165][167][168]
286 Oregon State University Epsilon of Oregon April 28, 2016[165][169][170]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Alpha of Virginia was inactive from 1780-1851 and 1860-1893
  2. ^ Alpha of Connecticut was inactive from 1871-1884
  3. ^ a b The Alpha chapter at Harvard University and the Iota chapter at Radcliffe College voted to merge as the Alpha-Iota chapter of Massachusetts at Harvard University, effective June 1995.
  4. ^ Alpha of Alabama was disbanded at the outbreak of the Civil War and not reorganized until 1912
  5. ^ a b Gamma chapter of Wisconsin at Lawrence College was combined with Delta chapter at Milwaukee-Downer College after the two schools merged in 1964[10]
  6. ^ Alpha of Florida installation March 4 & 5, 1935
  7. ^ Beta of Florida installation February 17 & 18, 1938
  8. ^ Originally chartered as a section of Delta of Virginia in 1923[44]
  9. ^ Originally chartered as a section of Alpha of California
  10. ^ Originally chartered as a section of Alpha of North Carolina on December 12, 1934
  11. ^ Originally part of the Alpha of California chapter[78]

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