IU Honor Society
Students in the College of Undergraduate Studies are eligible for membership in the IU Honor Society. For membership in the IU Honor Society, a student must achieve a Dean’s List rating (3.70 GPA) for any three semesters.
Samantha Sorenson (’13) and Courtney Gambrell (’14) at the SEPCHE Honors Conference
Alpha Psi Omega
A national honorary dramatic fraternity founded in 1925. Iota Nu Chapter was established at Immaculata University on September 8, 1944 to encourage and foster dramatic activity. The aim of the fraternity is to develop dramatic talent, to cultivate a taste for the best in drama through study in course and collateral reading, and to encourage the writing and production of plays. Eligibility for membership is determined by a national point system. Election to Iota Nu Chapter is a recognition and a reward for notable achievement.
Lambda Iota Tau
An international collegiate honor society for students of English and foreign literature. Its purpose is the recognition and promotion of excellence in the study of any literature. To be eligible for membership, students must major in literature, maintain an average of B+ in literature courses and at least a B in general scholastic standing, be recommended by the faculty, and submit to the local chapter, Alpha Tau, a paper on a literary topic to be presented orally or published by such means as the chapter itself will determine.
Lambda Iota Tau inductees
Lambda Pi Eta
The National Communication Association student honor society. Its goals are to recognize, maintain, and reward communication majors and minors who have established a 3.0 overall GPA, as well as a 3.25 in their communication courses.
Alpha Sigma Lambda
A national honor society for students in continuing higher education (CLL students).