Phi Sigma Iota- Foreign Language Honor Society

 

 


Phi Sigma Iota recognizes outstanding accomplishment in the study or teaching of any of the academic fields related to foreign language, literature, or culture. Students taking 200, 300 and 400 level Spanish courses can apply for admission to Phi Sigma Iota, the Foreign Language Honor Society.

   

Eligibility Requirements for UNDERGRADUATE Students:

  1. Completed 54 or more credits toward the bachelor's degree.
  2. Current registration in a 200/300 or 400- level foreign language course in a foregin language.
  3. Overall 3.3 cumulative average for all work at Rutgers University.
  4. A 3.5 average in all foreign language (minimum 4 courses at Rutgers University)

Image result for apply now buttonUndergraduate Application for SPRING 2019: CLOSED.
Applications are now closed to join PSI 2019. Please check back in September for Fall 2019 updates.

 

 

Eligibility Requirements for GRADUATE Students:

  1. Completed a minimum of 4 courses at Rutgers toward the Graduate degree
  2. 3.5 average for all graduate courses in the foreign language
  3. Current registration in a foreign language graduate course

Related imageGraduate Application for SPRING 2019: CLOSED! 
Applications are now closed to join PSI 2019. Please check back in September for Fall 2019 updates.

 

 

PSI Summer Study Abroad 2019 Scholarship:

Phi Sigma Iota chapter scholarships are available for members and prospective members of Phi Sigma Iota, the National Foreign Language Honor Society. The chapter scholarship will be awarded for summer study abroad (Summer 2019). While preference is given to current and prospective members of Phi Sigma Iota, all Rutgers students may apply. 

 Image result for apply now button*PSI Summer Abroad Scholarship: OPEN! Application deadline for the Summer 2019 Scholarship is April 2, 2019 at noon.

 

 

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15 Aug 2019;
08:00AM - 03:30PM
FLENJ 2019 Summer Refresher Event

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