Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most prestigious student honor society in the country. Requirements for election include a liberal studies major in the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Social Sciences or the Department of Art History, and a GPA of 3.9 or higher for Juniors, and 3.65 or higher for Seniors.
In addition to other activities, beginning in 2014, the Hagopian Family Endowment Fund has provided the funds to cover the initiation/membership fees of physics students elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Florida chapter.
2017: Craig Bolles; Corey Brummel-Smith; Kenneth Hanselman; Alex Saperstein; Alejandro Sanchez; Hannah Holt.
Amelia Estry received the Marion Hay Jewell Award for outstanding academic achievement from Phi Beta Kappa.
2016: Robert Orlando; Austin Skeeters; Gabriel Vasquez; Jessica Koros; Joseph David; Madeline Austin.
2015: Linsey Rodenbach; Aaron Magilligan; Jennifer Ranta; Jordan Smith.
2014: Michael Bernstein; Rebecca Hallock; Spencer Jones; Kelly Pawlak; Miles Curry; Emily (Amelia) Estry; Anna Yannakopoulos.
2013: Alicia Gomez; Taylor Hynds; Kyle Serniak; Derrick Vangennep.
2012: Brett Gardner; Anthony Hazel; Zachary McDargh; Ryan Rhoades; Brett Bochak.
2011: Morgan Askins; Brandon Bryant; Henry Doster; Steven Honeywell; Matthew Szmaida.
2010: Nicholas Fitzsimmons; Matthew Hoza; Amy Rouinfar; Andrew Ackert; Daniel Davis; Victoria Crawford.
2009: Bernadette Cogswell; Randall McClellan.
2007: James Wilcox; Amy Crisp; David Westmark.
2006: Robert Harris; Anton Souslov; Robert Throckmorton.
2005: Danielle Stroup; Benjamin Thayer; Aric Pell; Elizabeth Wingfield; Edward Atkinson.
2003: Thomas French; Stacy Pouliot.
2002: Brandon Bozek; Jessica Warren; Calem Hoffman; Sean Barton; Andrew Camarata; Philip Coltharp.
2001: Wierschem Keola; Gayle Ratliff; David Foster; Joshua Curry.
2000: Joshua Hone; Jennifer Murray; Christina White.