Pi Sigma Alpha is a national political science honor society and scholarly fraternity open to all students.  Pi Sigma Alpha meets from 1-2pm on Tuesday in the Political Science Library, Room 505 in the Business Administration Building.  Feel free to bring your lunch have join us!  You do not have to join the national membership to participate with Pi Sigma Alpha.  If you do want to become a member, you are required to maintain a 3.0gpa or higher and have taken a minimum of 15 credits of Political Science classes.  The national society is a lifetime membership and costs $25.00.  Payment can be written to 'ISU Pi Sigma Alpha'.   The faculty advisor to Pi Sigma Alpha is Dr. David Adler.

History

Pi Sigma Alpha was founded in 1920 at the University of Texas to bring together students and faculty interested in the study of politics. The success of the honor society at the University of Texas allowed for other institutions to apply for chaptership.

Currently, there are over 460 chapters throughout the country. There is at least one college or university with a PSA chapter in every state, the District of Columbia and Guam.  Click here to visit the National Pi Sigma Alpha website.

Questions about this website can be sent here.