Welcome to the website for the elite Business and Economics Fraternity, Phi Chi Theta at Georgia State. We invite you to learn more about our chapter and the history of our organization.
Our Chapter, Upsilon, is one of the many Phi Chi Theta chapters from major universities across the nation. Since 1924, our fraternity has been dedicated to the growth and expansion of professional development in the field of Business Administration, while providing scholarship support, training, and networking opportunities. It is also an environment used to generate life-long connections and friendships as brothers and sisters with traditions of excellence.
Phi Chi Theta provides an environment for collegiate and alumni members to develop critical business skills as well as an opportunity for building a social and professional network with other men and women. Since 1924, Phi Chi Theta has earned the reputation as one of the leading co-ed business and economic fraternities in the nation with chapters from coast to coast. The organization prides itself on fostering new business leaders by creating value and professional growth in each member.
Collegiate members benefit by participating in a growing organization that provides an avenue for developing life-long friendships, teamwork skills and well respected leadership. Phi Chi Theta members also have an opportunity to earn scholarships and have access to an extensive alumni base for mentoring and future career opportunities.
Today, the Phi Chi Theta National Chapter is comprised of 37 Collegiate and Alumni Chapters. Phi Chi Theta has over 1,600 members across the country. The National Chapter is the governing body of Phi Chi Theta and consists of the duly elected National Officers and National Delegates. The National Officers are deemed the Executive Council, and have the authority to administer the affairs of the Fraternity during the interim between Biennial National Chapter Meetings. Phi Chi Theta is a member of and affiliated with the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Professional Fraternity Association (PFA), and the College Fraternity Editors Association (CFEA).