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Membership to Phi Beta Delta is open to international and American students, both graduate and undergraduate, who have distinguished themselves academically and in their extracurricular activities at KU. It also includes faculty and staff who have significantly contributed to international education at the university. Currently, the KU chapter has approximately 125 active students, faculty and staff members.

How to apply:

Complete and submit the membership application that pertains to you. Send your completed form to pbd@ku.edu.

Student Membership Application (pdf)
Faculty, Staff and Scholar Membership Application (pdf)

Request to transfer membership

Fees

  1. One-time initiation fee for new members covers all materials required for induction, and it pays society and local dues for the first year: $35 for students and $55 for faculty, staff and scholars.*
  2. To remain an active member, annual dues are collected each year in October. These cover both national and local dues: $25 for students and $35 for faculty, staff and scholars. Members should receive a renewal letter and form by email, or you can download the renewal form here.
Checks or money orders in U.S. dollars should be made payable to Phi Beta Delta. The renewal form and payment should be sent to Phi Beta Delta in care of The Office of International Programs, 1450 Jayhawk Blvd., 300 Strong Hall, Lawrence, KS 66045.
 
*National society induction fees and dues are $50. Thus, the local chapter contributes $15 to help cover the cost of each new student member. The chapter retains $5 from each new faculty, staff, and scholar membership.
 
 

Contact

Alison Watkins, Chapter Coordinator, 785-864-6161
pbd@ku.edu
 

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