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Phi Beta Kappa is the most well-known such example, where it originally operated on a secret chapter basis, and it became the progenitor of all college fraternities, and at the same time, some time after its secrets were made public in the 1830s, Phi Beta Kappa continued on as an honorary.
Virtually all the oldest honoraries were once clearly secret societies, and to the extent that they are distinct now is at least ambiguous.
The spread of Phi Beta Kappa to different institutions likely sparked the creation of such competing societies as Chi Phi (1824), Kappa Alpha Society (1825) and Sigma Phi Society (1827) many of which continue as American collegiate social fraternities (and, later, sororities) to the present day.An especially difficult problem is the degree to which any one society is an actual society or is simply an honorary designation.Phi Beta Kappa, for example, was a true secret society, until after its secrets were divulged, the society continued on.As the term is used in this article, a secret society is a collegiate society where significant effort is made to keep affairs, membership rolls, signs of recognition, initiation, or other aspects secret from the public.Some collegiate secret societies are referred to as 'class societies', which restrict membership to one class year.
During this process, it was publicly known who was being tapped for the coming year.