Pi Delta Phi is the National French Honor Society for undergraduate and graduate students at accredited public and private colleges and universities in the United States. The highest academic honor in the field of French and the oldest academic honor society for a modern foreign language in the United States, Pi Delta Phi was founded as a departmental honor society at the University of California at Berkeley in 1906. The Society was nationalized when the Beta Chapter was established at the University of Southern California in 1925. The Society was officially endorsed by the American Association of Teachers of French as the only collegiate national French honor society in 1949.

The purpose of the Society is to recognize outstanding scholarship in the French language and Francophone literatures, to increase the knowledge and appreciation of Americans for the cultural contributions of the French-speaking world, and to stimulate and to encourage French and francophone cultural activities.




- French GPA and overall GPA are each at least 3.00

- Successfully completed at least one French course at the 300 level

The induction ceremony takes place every Spring Semester




Spring 2017                                                      

Chloe Barroukh
Iliana Blasdell
Kyra Brooks
Miguel Capriles
Rachel Deradoorian
Sarah Dia
Jeffrey Diamond
Natalie Duboc
Patrick Jurkiewicz
Lauren Milgram
Keenan Rodriguez
Reynerio Sanchez
Anna Whelan
Michelle Zogby

Spring 2016                                                     

Dominique Ayala
Micol Echeverria
Kyra Brooks
Katrina Enoch
Adriana Fuentes
Annabell Gonzalez
Eleanor Hermanson
Jamie Leveque
Irene Manning
Lander McGinn
Kenya Tay
Sabrina Tomlinson
Dontatela Vacca
Elizabeth Wilcox
Vanessa Zabala

Spring 2015                                                   

Anika Alix
Rode Carpio
Maria Pardo
Peyton Pritikin
Sienna Nicole Tullo
Regine Vincent