National Honorary Theatre Society for students interested in the Theatre Arts; membership by invitation to students with an active interest in the theatre arts and are familiar with play production in areas such as directing, acting, management, musical theatre and/or design and technology.
Advisor: Dan Wheeler
This organization is an honor society that promotes excellence and research in biology; members are biology students who have at least a 3.0 GPA in their biology courses and have completed at least three biology courses beyond BIOL117.
Advisor: Dr. George Argyros
Junior and senior male and female students who have been of service to the College through extracurricular and academic achievements; membership by invitation.
Advisor: Angela Brink
Geography students exhibiting academic excellence. Promotes interest, research, and leadership in the discipline.
Advisor: Dr. Ed Davis
National honor society for first year students. Membership is by invitation to students who have exhibited academic excellence during their first year. With more than 350 chapters nationally, Phi Eta Sigma's purpose is to recognize superior academic achievement and provide scholarship opportunities to talented students.
Advisor: Dr. Joseph Lane
French Honor Society. The purpose is to recognize outstanding scholarship in the French Language and its literatures, to increase the knowledge and appreciation of Americans for the cultural contributions of the French-speaking world, and to stimulate and encourage French and francophone cultural activities.
Advisor: Dr. Xiangyun Zhang
Social science students who have maintained a high scholastic average and met membership requirements. Sponsors service projects and speakers from social science fields.
Advisor: Dr. John Morgan
A national political science honor society founded in 1920 at the University of Texas for upper-level undergraduate students.
Advisor: Dr. Joseph Lane
An International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Open to all students who meet the national criteria.
Advisor: Dr. Celeste Gaia
The Psychology Club provides support and information to students who are interested in psychology-related professions through the sponsorship of events such as guest lectures and workshops on careers in psychology and how to get into graduate school. The Club is open to all interested students.
Advisor: Dr. Kim Baranowsky
The Pre-Law Society provides programming to enrich students’ pre-professional legal skills and studies. These programs include events, such as law forums, that facilitate discussion between students and legal professionals. The Society hosts guest speakers, sponsors visits to law schools, and assists in securing internships.
Advisor: Dr. Joe Lane
Spanish National Honor Society; honors, encourages, and fosters excellence in the study of Spanish; promotes respect for the culture of Spanish-speaking peoples.
Advisor: Dr. Alma Ramirez
Senior students ranked academically in the upper one-tenth of their class and junior students ranked in the upper one-fifteenth of their class; membership by invitation.
Advisor: Dr. Ben Letson
An international English honor society founded in 1924 at Dakota Wesleyan University.