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Fall 2024 Rush 

Applications close January 20th, 2024 at 11:59 PM

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Who We Are

Phi Chi Theta - Epsilon Phi chapter is Michigan State University's Premier Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity. We are dedicated to helping students who are interested in the field of business and economics gain critical skills to help students succeed in their future careers. 

Q: Do you have to be a business major to rush Phi Chi Theta?

A: No, we are open to all majors!

Q: Is there a dress code for info nights & rush nights?

A: There is no dress code for info nights, come in whatever you are comfortable in! Dress codes for rush will be both business casual and business professional and will be communicated if you are invited to rush

Q & A

Rush Applications

To rush Phi Chi Theta, you must submit your application to show interest. Applications will be available January 13th, 2024 and will close at 11:59 p.m. January 20th, 2024. Follow our social media and attend info night to learn more! We look forward to seeing you there!

If you have any questions:

Contact Phi Chi Theta's Director of Membership Jenny Choi 



Contact Phi Chi Theta's Pledge & Rush Chair John-Michael Quinn 


Questions & Contacts 

What We Do


Professional Development

Our members develop exceptional leadership skills, knowledge of the business world, and lifelong connections. We do weekly professional development workshops such as resume critiques, mock interviews, career fair prep, and a speaker series with professionals within many different industries. 

In previous years we hosted formals, hayrides, and ski trip weekends. Throughout the pandemic our chapter has hosted many virtual events such as trivia nights and zoom meet ups. No matter the circumstances, our chapter never fails to find ways to keep a bond between our members.


Social Events


Volunteering Opportunities

Our chapter always finds ways to give back to the community. Our members have volunteered their time at local food banks, the zoo, and also elementary schools in Chicago during our professional trips. This semester we plan to volunteer virtually through zoom and other online platforms.

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