Education is not just confined to the classroom, and our students have created a thriving community that fosters intellectual and social development on campus. Take a look at the clubs and societies our students have formed, learn about their achievements, and read their insights on the value of a Philosophy major.
Phi Sigma Tau
Pacific is home to the Alpha chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, the national honor society for students of philosophy. Founded in 1930, the purpose of Phi Sigma Tau is to encourage interest and activity among students and to promote ties between philosophy departments in accredited institutions. Learn more about membership standards for Phi Sigma Tau >>
The Think Tank
Pacific's Philosophy Club is a thriving, active community of passionate scholars who enjoy pursuing all questions philosophical. Students meet weekly on Wednesday nights to watch films, hold informal discussions, and prepare for upcoming conferences and symposia. Learn more about The Think Tank >>
At the end of the year, the Department of Philosophy honors a truly exceptional graduating senior or group of seniors with the Outstanding Graduate Award. This award is given to students who have not only earned a consistently high academic record, but who have also been actively involved in the discipline through activities, research, or special projects. Meet our Outstanding Students >>