About Phi Beta Kappa
- Founded December 15, 1776, at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia
- Oldest and most prestigious of the academic honor societies in the United States
- Chapters limited to American colleges and universities with well-developed liberal arts programs
- 286 chapters in the U.S.
About the Delta of Colorado Chapter
- Founded November 15, 1973, at Colorado State University
- Fourth chapter in the state of Colorado [The others are at the University of Colorado (Boulder), the University of Denver, and Colorado College]
- One of only ten former "A and M" universities to host a chapter
Q: What do Isaac Asimov, Francis Ford Coppola, Sonia Sotomayor, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Booker T. Washington, Glenn Close, and Peyton Manning have in common?
A: All joined Phi Beta Kappa.
See the list of Famous Phi Beta Kappa Members for other names.
"To be named Phi Beta Kappa, I was always real proud of that and still consider that one of my proudest achievements."--Peyton Manning, PBK University of Tennessee 1997