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.
Pi Delta Phi
A national French honor society open to students who are enrolled in upper-division French courses. Theta Omega Chapter was founded at Immaculata in October 1978 to recognize outstanding scholarship in French language and literature and to foster leadership in the promotion of cultural activities. Eligibility requires that the student must have taken at least five French courses, including at least one upper-level literature course, maintain a GPA of 3.5 in these courses, and have an overall GPA of 3.0. Visit the National French Honor Society website.
Sigma Delta Pi
A national Spanish honor society. Eligibility for the Nu Omega Chapter, established at Immaculata in September 1979, requires that the student maintain a GPA of 3.25 or more in upper-level Spanish courses and a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate enthusiasm in promoting interest in the Spanish language and the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. Visit the National Spanish Honor Society website.
The Hispanic Club is a department-sponsored student club whose members are interested in exploring Latino culture. Membership is highly encouraged for Latino/a students, but it is open to all students. Spanish-speaking ability is not required.
Modern Foreign Language Association
The MFLA is a department-sponsored student club whose members are interested in exploring the diverse world in which we live through multicultural and multilingual experiences. Membership is open to all students. However, membership is required for all foreign language and IBFL majors and minors.
The MFLA is devoted to promoting the understanding of other cultures through service projects both on and off campus. When we're not giving back to the community, we enjoy going to movies, plays, museum exhibits and restaurants. Throughout the year we have fun and interesting fundraisers to cover much of the cost of activities. Members pay minimal dues to belong. New ideas are always welcome! Enjoy good times with good people in one of IU's most active and diverse clubs!