Alpha Beta Gamma
Recognizes and honors academic achievement and provides opportunities for leadership
for business and technology students.
Advisor: Annette Kerwin, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1738
Alpha Mu Gamma - The National Foreign Language Honor Society
Nu Alpha Chapter at College of DuPage
Alpha Mu Gamma is the National Collegiate Foreign Language Honor Society of the United States, founded in 1931. More than 300 charters have been granted to chapters in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Chapters are found both in state and private universities, and in public and private two- and four-year colleges.
Alpha Mu Gamma has as its primary purpose the honoring of students for outstanding achievement early in their college foreign language studies. However, students may be admitted at any stage of their college careers. Upon initiation, a member receives a parchment certificate of membership and may wear the scroll-shaped gold pin or key.
Activities of the society are: publication of the quarterly newsletter; biennial national conventions, at which students are able to meet others who share their interest in foreign languages; Nu Alpha chapter meetings and special chapter activities of every sort; and the sponsorship of National Foreign Language Week.
Applicants must have a 3.0 Overall Grade Point Average and have earned 2 A's in one
Advisor:ShingoSatsutani, Professor of Japanese, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2625f
Lambda Epsilon Chi - The National Honor Society in Paralegal Studies, College of DuPage
Lambda Epsilon Chi recognizes significant achievement of students in College of DuPage's Paralegal Program, and recognizes members who broaden their academic experience beyond the classroom. An annual induction ceremony will be held to welcome new inductees.
Advisor: Sally Fairbank, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1818a
Co-Advisor: Linda Jenkins
Phi Theta Kappa
International Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges
Phi Beta Chapter recognizes and encourages scholarship; provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service; and encourages an intellectual climate for the exchange of ideas, lively fellowship for scholars and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Full membership requires students to meet specific academic standards. Letters of invitation are sent fall and spring semesters. Application can also be made by students even if no invitation is received.
Phi Theta Kappa office: Student Service Center (SSC), Room 2212
Advisor: Shannon Hernandez, Student Service Center (SSC),
Advisor: Steve Schroeder, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2615t
National honor society in Psychology for community and junior college students. The
Psi Beta Club encourages students to strive for excellence and acquire a sense of
advancing scholarship and psychology; provides opportunities to learn more about the
professional and educational choices available and to acquire leadership skills.
Advisor: Ken Gray, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2707f
Tau Upsilon Alpha
National organization for Human Services Honor Society. The mission of Tau Upsilon
Alpha is to honor academic excellence, to foster life-long learning, leadership and
development and to promote excellence in service to humanity.
Advisor: Maryann Krieglstein, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2603
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