Honor Societies

Barry University - Honor Societies

Alpha Chi

Alpha Chi is a coeducational national honor society whose purpose is to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among undergraduate students and to honor those who achieve such distinction. Its name derives from the initial letters of the Greek words ALETHEIA, meaning TRUTH, and XARAKTER, meaning CHARACTER. Barry admits no more than the highest ten percent of graduating seniors.
[Alpha Chi - National Site]
[Alpha Chi Moderator]
Barry University - Honor Societies

Delta Epsilon Sigma

Delta Epsilon Sigma is a national honor society for students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. It was founded in 1939 to recognize academic accomplishments, to foster scholarly activities, and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members. 
[Delta Epsilon Sigma - National Site]
[Delta Epsilon Sigma Moderator]
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Kappa Gamma Pi

Kappa Gamma Pi seeks members who strive for a high standard of personal Christian excellence and scholarship. The society also seeks to encourage individual and group initiative and participation in local and national church and secular affairs; and to awaken a spirit of Christian leadership among the undergraduates of Kappa affiliated colleges and universities. The Greek phrase Kappa Gamma Pi stands for Catholic Women Leaders. The original name has been retained because of its importance in the society's history. However, both non-Catholics and men are joyfully welcomed to the membership of Kappa Gamma Pi each year. The society's motto is faith and service.  
[Kappa Gamma Pi - National Site]
[Kappa Gamma Pi Moderator]
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Phi Eta Sigma

Phi Eta Sigma is a national honor society inspired by the past and dedicated to the future whose goal is to encourage and reward academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning. The oldest and largest freshman honor society, Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois on March 22, 1923, and now has more than three hundred chapters throughout the United States and more than 700,000 members. Phi Eta Sigma was voted membership into the Association of College Honor Societies in 1937. Only three societies have had longer continuous membership. 
[Phi Eta Sigma - National Site]
[Phi Eta Sigma Moderator]

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