About Phi Tau Phi:

The name of the Society, the Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society of America, referred to as Phi Tau Phi, stands for Philosophia, Technologia, and Physiologia, respectively, collectively representing all disciplines of learning.

The purposes of the Society are to encourage high scholarship, to stimulate research, to afford a reward for high scholastic accomplishment, and to form bonds of intellectual and professional fellowship among its members. The Society shall be completely non-political in nature.

The Society is incorporated under Section 402 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law.

The basic organization of the Society shall be the regional chapters: East America, Mid-America, and West America. Each regional chapter shall be autonomous except in matters of overall concern as determined by the National Executive Council.

Membership to the Society must be nominated by current members of Phi Tau Phi, and then approved by the majority of the Advisory Board of the Society.