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Take Your Delta Phi Epsilon Membership to the Next Level

If you are a Delta Phi Epsilon brother, sister, or honorary member, joining the Society for Foreign Affairs is a great way to expand the benefits of that membership while also supporting international relations education. The Society provides its members with tools to support their professional development and education, access to a community of like-minded professionals, and opportunities to engage the public through publications, events, and volunteering.

Learn more and register below:

Eligibility for Membership

Society membership is open to:

  • Alumni of any Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity or Sorority chapter;
  • Honorary members of any Fraternity or Sorority chapter; and
  • Current undergraduate or graduate students who have joined any Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity or Sorority chapter.

Benefits of Membership

Membership in the Society not only supports the Society’s charitable programs, but also provides special benefits, including:

  • Access to the Society’s Annual Symposium, a gathering for members to network, present their foreign affairs-related policy work and research, and workshop draft papers;
  • Publishing opportunities through the Delta Phi Epsilon Journal of Foreign Affairs;
  • Access to the Society’s online Member Portal, including the Society’s Jobs and Internships Board, Speakers Bureau, member directory, and forums and listservs to collaborate with members around the world;
  • Scholarship and grant award opportunities;
  • Members-only events and discounted rates for public programs;
  • Mentorship programs; and
  • Opportunities to shape public debate and policymaking through volunteering; leadership positions; providing policy guidance to federal agencies, courts, and intergovernmental organizations; and participation in the Ethics Project, member sections, and committees.

The Society is a volunteer-run organization supported by annual dues from Delta Phi Epsilon chapter alumni and honorary members. All revenue goes towards coordinating programming and maintaining minimal overhead costs. As a public charity, the Society’s annual dues are tax-deductible.

Delta Phi Epsilon members enrolled in degree-granting undergraduate or graduate-level programs are eligible for free Society memberships. The Society’s student members also receive a 40% discount off of their first year’s dues following graduation.

How to Join the Society

Becoming a member takes only a few minutes. Just follow these three steps:

  • Select your membership level below;
  • Complete the secure online registration form; and
  • Click the activation link in your confirmation email.

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Level

Annual Member

Student Member

Price $50.00 per Year. Free
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Eligibility Alumni and Honorary DPE Members DPE Members Enrolled in College or Graduate School
Symposium Access
Section and Committee Access
Member Discounts
Publishing and Public Policy Opportunities
Access to IGO Meetings
Discount on First Year's Annual Member Dues
Voting Rights
Term of Membership Renews Every Year Expires Four Months After Graduation
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Annual Member

$50.00 per Year.

Standard, voting membership for chapter alumni and chapter honorary members.

Eligibility: Alumni and Honorary DPE Members
Symposium Access
Section and Committee Access
Member Discounts
Publishing and Public Policy Opportunities
Access to IGO Meetings
Voting Rights
Term of Membership: Renews Every Year

Student Member

Free

Limited voting memberships for Delta Phi Epsilon chapter members currently enrolled in a degree program. Student Memberships last until four months after graduation.

Please note that registration requires use of a .edu email address.

Eligibility: DPE Members Enrolled in College or Graduate School
Symposium Access
Section and Committee Access
Member Discounts
Publishing and Public Policy Opportunities
Access to IGO Meetings
Discount on First Year's Annual Member Dues
Term of Membership: Expires Four Months After Graduation