Pi Sigma Alpha

Membership & Chapter Resources

There are several ways for chapters to sign up new members and facilitate the payment of dues. Advisors are encouraged to read the Membership Order Instructions carefully and watch the video below to determine the best process for their chapter.

Chapters that do not want to process memberships via My Honor Society should fill out this form with all student information and email to the national office at office@pisigmaalpha.org.

This handbook lays out some of the key responsibilities of a Pi Sigma Alpha chapter advisor, as well as detailed instructions for various PSA processes, and best chapter practices.

This handbook lays out the roles and responsibilities of student officers. It includes information on best practices for a student board, important dates and programs, and the role of the faculty advisor.

Chapters are required to submit an annual report to the national office which identifies key student officers and chapter advisor, and lists the chapter’s activities for the past year. The information in this report is used to select the winners of the Best Chapter Awards, so chapters should take care to make them as complete as possible.

Chapter that were recipients of a Chapter Activity Grant are required to submit a report on expenditures by June 15.

Any chapters who want to make use of social media to promote their events and recruit new members must adhere to PSA’s social media guidelines.

Chapter advisors who want more suggestions for how to recruit new student members or for maintaining an active chapter are encouraged to check out our tip sheet, as well as the shared Google drive (linked in the document) where advisors share examples from their own chapter events.

Chapter advisors who want insights on how to frame your Pi Sigma Alpha service for your tenure or a promotion files can watch this video from a panel of current and former chapter advisors.