Phi Eta Sigma at Florida State University

Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society

Phi Eta Sigma is the oldest and largest national honor society that encourages and rewards academic excellence achieved during the first year in college. The Florida State University (FSU) chapter is one of the premiere chapters in the nation.

Phi Eta Sigma - Homecoming Parade

Phi Eta Sigma will be participating in the annual Homecoming Parade! 

The parade will take place on Friday, November 17 at 2:00pm.

For those wishing to participate please arrive at the Civic Center front parking lot at 1:30pm to receive further instruction about the parade.

Please wear your Phi Eta Sigma T-shirt, or a plain black T-shirt.

Parking will be available at St. Augustine garage across from the Civic Center.

Please visit our Facebook event page to let us kow if you are interested in participating:

The parade is a great opportunity to get involved with Phi Eta Sigma as well as Homecoming festivities. We look forward to seeing to seeing you there!

General Body Meeting

Hey Noles!

Our first General Body Meeting is on October 29, 2017 at the Student Services Building (above Denny's) room 201.

Check-in starts at 12:30pm.

Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

We hope to see you there!

It isn't over!

See you in the Fall!

With the semester coming to an end, we would like to remind you that our offices will be closed for the summer.

Don't forget that before the Spring Semester ends, we still have the Phi Eta Sigma Open House on Wednesday the 27th of April from 1-4 PM, so as to allow members to pick up their membership materials.

For returning members, don't forget to keep an eye on your FSU email! We have great summer opportunities heading your way and your email is where to find all of the information.


Good Luck on Finals and congratulations to all of our seniors!


General Member's Meeting

Phi Eta Sigma will be holding their annual general member's meeting on October 15. 

There will be presentations on Scholarships and how to get more involved on campus!

Please keep an eye out for a time and location!

Leadership Council Applications and Summer C

Happy summer, everyone!

During the Summer C term, Phi Eta Sigma will be holding summer planning meetings on Thursdays at 4:30 pm in University Center A 4313. All Phi Eta Sigma members are welcome to join!


If you are interested in getting involved with Phi Eta Sigma in the fall and spring semesters, please apply to join our leadership council: . Applications are due by August 1.

ΦΗΣ Week!

We hope everyone is excited for Phi Eta Sigma week!

ΦΗΣ Week—February 10-14, 2014

  • Monday—“I ♥ ϕΗΣ” Day
    • Share the love by liking, following, and posting about us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!  And remember to use #FSUPES in all of your social media.
  • Tuesday—ϕΗΣ T-shirt Day
    • Let’s take over campus on Tuesday by wearing your Phi Eta Sigma t-shirt around all day!
  • Wednesday—Market Wednesday and Battle of the Brains
    • Come out and visit us at Market Wednesday in the Union!
    • We have 4 teams competing in the Battle of the Brains competition. Help cheer us to victory as we defend our reigning title!
    • The event will take place at 6:00 pm in the William Johnston Building.
  • Thursday—The Black and Gold Affair
    • Phi Eta Sigma will be hosting the annual Black and Gold Affair, a reception with a chance to meet current members of Phi Eta Sigma, including our Executive Board!
    • The event will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in the Union Ballrooms, although you are welcome to come and leave at any time.
  • Friday—Valentine’s Day Card-Making Social
    • Enjoy refreshments and make a Valentine’s Day card for your sweetheart and/or for a local charity while you socialize with members of our Leadership Council!

Canned Food Drive

After hearing that the FSU Dean of Student’s Food Pantry, a donation based collection of non-perishable food items for less fortunate students, was running low on donations, our chapter decided to take the initiative to help. Our Service and Outreach Committee, composed of 15 Leadership Council members eager to help our students through academic and social service, created a competitive Canned Food Drive amongst the other committees to help out the Dean of Student’s Food Pantry. Each committee competed against each other, and the committee with the most items donated was rewarded with a pizza party. In the end, we collected over 300 items for the Food Pantry. The amount of support we received, not only from our highly generous (and competitive) members, but from other advisors and faculty that heard of our contributions, was truly remarkable. Each week we turned in our donations, and each week, the faculty in charge of overseeing the Food Pantry were more than appreciative. Our food was quickly consumed; a humbling experience as we realized how much the students truly needed our help. Our chapter is full of generous and selfless leaders who strive to better not just themselves, but our campus and community as a whole.


Jake Jarczynski

Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society

Florida State University Chapter