Sigma Theta Tau International
Nursing Honor Society

Phi Pi Chapter


Honor Society Overview

Formerly known as the Chamberlain College of Nursing Honor Society, the Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma) Nursing Honor Society was chartered on October 20, 2011. The Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma celebrates scholarship, research and academic excellence of undergraduate and graduate nursing students, as well as the achievements of professional nurses. Our mission is to support learning, knowledge and professional development of nurses committed to making a difference worldwide.

As one of the newest chapters of Sigma, we further our honor society’s mission by offering our members the vast resources of one of the most respected nursing organizations in the world. Founded in 1922, Sigma now has chapters in more than 20 countries, with more than 130,000 members worldwide*.

Invitations to join the Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma are sent to Chamberlain students and Nurse Leaders three times a year. If you would like an invitation to check on the status of your invitation to the Phi Pi  Chapter, please email

Sigma Organizational Fact Sheet

Phi Pi Chapter Contact information

Telephone: 864.434.9482


Phi Pi Wins Two Prestigious Awards

Officers from Chamberlain's Phi Pi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma) were honored with two awards this week at the Sigma 45th Biennial Convention in Washington, D.C.

Leadership from the nursing society awarded Phi Pi with a chapter communications  and publicity award for demonstrating exceptional communications and publicity outreach to members of this chapter, campus community and local community.

Phi Pi was the only chapter to win this award for its strategic plan, which included using various technological platforms to reach nearly 5,000 members across 21 physical campuses internationally. Phi Pi also won the chapter key award for excelling in chapter-related activities in 25 total areas, including membership recruitment and retention, publicity and programming, professional and leadership development, and collaboration.

Carla Sanderson, PhD, RN, provost; LeAnne Prenovost, DNP, MSN-Ed, MBA, MHA, RN, CNE, visiting professor MSN online programs and Phi Pi president;  and Linda Hunt, PhD, RN,  associate professor and Phi Pi past president were at the event. Congratulations to our Phi Pi chapter on this incredible recognition!  

Members of Chamberlain's Phi Pi chapter win an award