As a member of Phi Kappa Phi, there’s a special way that you can support academic excellence at Clemson University.
The society's primary purpose is to recognize and promote academic excellence. Toward that end, the Clemson chapter has begun the process of establishing an endowment to provide annual awards to top graduating seniors. With current contributions totaling $15,000, we must raise an additional $10,000 to fully endow the award.
When you were inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, you repeated the society’s motto — “Let the love of learning rule humanity” — as an affirmation of membership. You can reaffirm your commitment to this motto by supporting this endowment.
There are three easy ways to make your Phi Kappa Phi Endowment gift:
1. Send a check made payable to “Clemson Fund” and designated for “Phi Kappa Phi Endowment” to:
Annual Giving Office
PO Box 1889
Clemson, S.C. 29633-1889
2. Make a secure online gift at www.clemson.edu/isupportcu.
3. Charge your gift or request a bank draft authorization form by calling the Clemson Fund Office at 864-656-5896.
If you are interested in making a deferred gift to this endowment, please click here.
You can make a difference in helping Clemson continue to provide quality education in perpetuity.
West-Oak High School in Westminster, SC helped us gather books in the Phi Kappa Phi annual book drive. Here are John David Long (sophomore), Heather J. McCrea-Andrews, Ph.D. and Phi Kappa Phi member since 2007, and Ajah Taylor (junior) stacking up part of the donated books. The school rallied around the book drive and everyone pitched in to help with the collection. West-Oak High School contributed 274 books to our Spring 2015 book drive.