Candidacy for membership will be based on criteria established by the Governing Board in accordance with the aims of the organization. This nomination recognizes your exceptional achievement and service to international education. By joining Phi Beta Delta you distinguish yourself as a member of a global community dedicated to fostering the highest standards of international understanding.
The criteria are as follows:
GPA of 3.3 for undergraduate students who have completed 60 credits or more by the Fall semester prior to induction
GPA of 3.6 for graduate students
Completion of a minimum of one study abroad experience (for domestic students) and/or have been involved in recognized international endeavors
Letter of nomination from full-time faculty/committee
CSI alumni who have met the GPA criterion stated above
Statement of interest
CSI alumni who have met the above criteria
For Faculty and Staff:
Faculty and staff who have been involved in recognized international endeavors such as teaching, conducting research, participating in overseas projects, administering exchange programs, or providing services to international students and scholars.
The Governing Board may name honorary members.
Candidates for membership will be approved by the members of the Governing Board of the chapter and inducted at the annual initiation ceremony.
Membership in Phi Beta Delta does require a minimal of $90 for the first year. This fee covers a medallion, a certificate, a membership card, the newsletter and national and chapter membership dues. After that, the annual membership fee is reduced to $35.