Phi Alpha Theta and The History Club
Phi Alpha Theta is a national honorary society you may join if you have 12 hours of history credit with a GPA of 3.1 and a 3.0 GPA overall. The membership is $40.00 and you will receive the journal, The Historian, for one year.
The History Club is an informal organization open to anyone interested in history. You do not need to be a history major. All you need is a desire to share ideas and talk about issues and events of interest with those involved.
Meetings are generally held twice a month and include a variety of activities including debates, movies, free food, guest speakers, quiz games, and role playing events.
The History Club and Phi Alpha Theta meet jointly and share the following officers:
- President: Kate Johnson
- Vice-President: Ashlea Monroe
- Secretary: Lindsey Goldfarb
- Treasurer: Amber Nickell
- Historian: Lance Wilson
- Faculty Adviser: T.J. Tomlin