Phi Eta Sigma, Armstrong Chapter
Phi Eta Sigma has active chapters both in Statesboro and at Armstrong This page is for the Armstrong chapter.
Georgia Southern’s Armstrong chapter marked its 40th year as an active chapter on October 25, 2018.
Members who chose to be active in the Phi Eta Sigma student organization work in conjunction with the Office of First- and Second-Year Programs (FYSY) to promote the first-year experience on campus (such as with Conversations with Professors) and are involved with community service activities in the Savannah area.
Received an invitation to join the Armstrong chapter? Click here for instructions.
The Georgia Southern Armstrong chapter of Phi Eta Sigma extends offers to join in December to students who 1) begin at Georgia Southern as new college students the spring, summer or fall of that calendar year; 2) take at least 12 hours in the fall; and, 3) have earned a cumulative Georgia Southern GPA of 3.6 or higher. The chapter sends letters to students’ permanent home address as well as via email. If you have not received communication about joining by the beginning of spring classes and believe you should have, contact faculty advisor Marysol Ramirez at email@example.com.
Active Georgia Southern Phi Eta Sigma members have been very successful in the organization’s national scholarship competition over the past decade. The chapter advisor with the assistance of a committee, screens the applications to put the strongest candidates forward each year. The pool of nominees typically comes from members who apply for local scholarships. Nomination packets are typically due March 1 and often require a significant amount of revision. The number of nominees we can put forward is determined by the size of the previous year’s initiation class. Georgia Southern has nominated three students for the past several years.
President: Rhonda Ruesch
Vice-President: Jordan Lodge
Secretary: Seryne Flewellen
Treasurer: Paulina Cobos Martinez
Social Coordinator: Bahsia Ennaemba
Community Service Coordinators: Maya Jones, Erin Schear
Phi Eta Sigma members collected a total of 276 pounds of non perishable food items to donate to the local America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia. The donation was made on April 15th and was the first service project of 2019 which involved new inductees from our 2019 induction. Fantastic Start!
For questions about the organization, contact one of the officers or faculty advisor, Marysol Ramirez firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 6/8/2021