Honors Clubs

Chi Sigma Alpha
Chi Sigma Alpha is the National Student-Athlete Honor Society. Students must demonstrate good moral character, have a minimum 3.4 GPA, and participate in at least one intercollegiate sport. Students are inducted annually at the Hilbert College Athletics Awards Banquet.

Contact: Kelly Starchock
Compliance and Student Services Coordinator, Athletics
Hafner Recreation Center
649-7900, ext. 113

Delta Alpha Pi - Gamma Tau Chapter

Because of the negative stereotyping associated with disability; students have been reluctant to identify themselves publicly. DAPi Honor Society presents an opportunity to change that perception by recognizing students with disabilities for their academic accomplishments. In addition this honor society facilitates deveopment of skills in leadership, advocacy and education for participating students. Members of Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society participate in activities designed to educate the community and society regarding disability issues and the need to apply the principles of universal design in learning.

Contact: Debbie Dimitrovski
Assistant Director of Academic Services
107 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 260

Lambda Epsilon Chi
Lambda Epsilon Chi is an honor society sponsored by the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAFPE) for paralegal students. It recognizes students who have demonstrated superior academic performance in a paralegal program at an institution which is an AAFPE member in good standing. Bachelor-level students are nominated by the chairperson and assistant chairperson of paralegal studies and must be in the top 20 percent of the class for the academic year. Students are inducted into the Hilbert chapter at the spring honors reception and are recognized  in the commencement program.

Contact: Wendy Edson
Chair, Professional Studies Division
155 Paceszny Hall 
649-7900, ext. 401

Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta is an international English honor society. English majors or minors who have completed at least two English courses beyond the freshman required courses and have at least a 3.0 GPA are eligible for membership.

Contact: Megan Burke Witzleben
Assistant Professor of English
115 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 387