Phi Alpha National Honor Society

Plymouth State University has established a chapter of Phi Alpha (Eta Omicron, established 1998), a national honor society for Social Work Students.

The purposes of Phi Alpha Honor Society are to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideals. Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education for social workers and invites into membership, those who have attained excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work.

Phi Alpha Honor Society for Social Work

Phi Alpha Members

(Phi Alpha members must have a 3.0 GPA and a 3.25 Major GPA)

2019 Phi Alpha Members:

Amanda Jean Goupil
Brianna Flanagan
Clarissa Helon Tucker
Devyn Angel Peters
Emerson Thomas Kelby
Emily Lane Lamot
Felicita Elena Blaylock
Jasmine Umuhoza
Jennifer Marie Palkovic
Katelyn Rebecca O’Neill
Morgan Lee Maxner
Sally Catherine Cederberg

Existing Members:

Sydney Marie Balch
Savannah Moon Bell
Soma Thapa
Joce Mackenzie Birnie
Nicole E. Blake
Amanda Leigh Bomely
Mariah Elizabeth Burke
Brianna Marie Carlson
Maegan Linnea Cudworth
Anita Dhungel
Jillian Edwards
Rebecca Michelle Everett
Hannah Elise Gentile
Lora Elizabeth Giguere
Irene Kigugu
Bonnie R. Krasuski
Emily J. Krueger
Matthew Edward Lanoue
Michael Joseph McKenna
Julia Sarah Pasanen
Olivia Rosana Perkins
Shannan Anne Roberts
Victoria Irene Sanford
Kacie Marianne Segelstrom
Maddison Karin Stevens
Kimberly Pauline Sykowski
Nicole Elizabeth Tartagni
Madison Lynn Thomson
Isabel Marie Velez
Gina Marie Wheeler
Samantha Marie Williams