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Included below are the names and contact information for the student organization opportunities on campus to check out throughout the first weeks of classes. To email the president or campus advisor, simply type the last name, first name of the individual into the “To” bar of the university’s email system, and click on “check names” to populate.

Honorary Society Organizations

  1. Alpha Lambda Delta First-Year Honors Society

    Emily Ina, president                                                                                                                     

    Tammi Kohl Kennedy, campus advisor                                                                             

    Alpha Lambda Delta is a national scholastic honorary for first year students, by invitation, to recognize academic excellence among freshmen. To be eligible for membership, students must have a 3.5 GPA after the first semester or a 3.5 cumulative GPA at the end of two semesters.

  2. Alpha Mu Gamma Foreign Language Honorary

    Santino Diaz-Palma, president                                                                                              

    Dr. Gregg Courtad, campus advisor                                                                                   

    Alpha Mu Gamma is a national honor society recognizing students for excellence in foreign language study.

  3. Beta Beta Beta Biology Honorary

    Dr. Spiro Mavroidis, campus advisor                                                                                 

    Beta Beta Beta is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Members must be biology or environmental biology majors who have completed at least three hours of non-introductory classes in the biological sciences with an average GPA of B in all biology classes at the time of initiation.

  4. Delta Mu Delta Business Honorary

    Dominic Zappa, president

    Bill Schweizer, campus advisor

    Delta Mu Delta is an international business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence for students enrolled in accredited business schools.

  5. Gamma Iota Sigma Honorary in Risk Management, Insurance, & Actuarial Science

    M. Connor Huff, president                                                                          

    Dr. Linda Ruse, campus advisor                                                                                              

    Gamma Iota Sigma academic fraternity is an international professional organization created with the goal of promoting, encouraging, and sustain student interest in the fields of insurance, risk management, and actuarial science.

  6. Honors Council (University of Mount Union Honors Program)

    Molly McGinnis, president                                                                                     

    Dr David Thiele, campus advisor                                                                                          

    Honors Council promotes social and service community amongst academic Honors Program members, extracurricular excellence within the Honors Program, University, and community, and strives to solidify the bonds between those students and faculty who recognize the important of being well-rounded individuals.  Honors Program membership is limited to those who are following the academic path of Honors in the Major or University Honors. 

  7. Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Honor Society

    Wyatt Kohl, president


    The purpose of Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Education Honor Society is to promote and encourage scholarly activity in the field of athletic training and to recognize the outstanding achievement amongst students enrolled in the UMU AT program. Membership is by invitation only.

  8. Kappa Delta Pi International Education Honor Society

    Alyssa Kissel, president                                                                                                                               

    Susan McConnell & Dr. Melissa Askren-Edgehouse, campus advisors

    Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education. It promotes excellence in and recognizes outstanding contributions to education. Members must be of sophomore standing with no less than 50 hours, 12 of these hours in professional education courses, with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students must also exemplify worthy education ideals, express intention to continue in the education field, and show evidence of leadership abilities.

  9. Kappa Kappa Psi Band Fraternity

    Brianna Potts, president                                                                                                           

    Jeff Neitzke & Michelle Banis, campus advisors

    This is a national band honorary that promotes the welfare of the University bands, cultivating at large a respect for their activities and achievements. Membership is by invitation.

  10. Mu Phi Epsilon Music Honorary

    Abigail McElroy, president                                                                                                       

    Dr. Patricia Boehm, campus advisor

    A national music fraternity in the professional field with the purpose of recognizing scholarship and musicianship, this organization also strives to promote friendship within the group. Membership is open to music majors or minors, or to those students who meet the qualifications.

  11. Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honorary

    Tianna Dillon Kirkpatrick, president

    Dr. Lori Kumler, campus advisor                                                                                          

    Pi Sigma Alpha is an academic honor society for those juniors and seniors demonstrating outstanding contributions to and interest in the field of political science.

  12. Sigma Iota Rho International Studies Honorary

    Dr. Michael Grossman, campus advisor                                                                            

    The purpose of Sigma Iota Rho is to promote and reward scholarship and service among students and practitioners of international studies, international affairs, and global studies and to foster integrity and creative performance in the conduct of world affairs.