Alpha Kappa Mu: The General Scholarship Honor Society

Melissa W.
Founded in 1937 at Tennessee State University (then Tennessee A&I College), Alpha Kappa Mu is an all-encompassing honor society recognizing academic excellence across all areas of study. It was born out of an idea of the Dean of Tennessee A&I along with representatives from five colleges with already established honor societies on their campuses.

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Kappa Omicron Nu: The National Honor Society for the Human Sciences

Melissa W.
Human sciences studies human life through philosophy, biology, culture, and social aspects. If that seems broad to you, you’re right! Kappa Omicron Nu fully encompasses a wide range of fields, giving many students an opportunity to join.

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Xi Sigma Pi: The National Forestry Honors Society

Melissa W.
Spring has sprung! The animals are waking up, the trees are starting to blossom, and it’s officially graduation season! Members of Xi Sigma Pi know all about how the season’s change affects the outdoors because they study it! Xi Sigma Pi is the National Forestry Honors Society.

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Honor Societies and Campus Organizations Who Are All About the Green

Melissa W.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day -- the day where everyone is Irish. In honor of the day, we’ve compiled a list of honor societies and campus organizations that have their graduates wear green on commencement day!

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Order of Omega: The Greek Life Honor Society

Melissa W.
Founded in 1959 at The University of Miami, Order of Omega was created to recognize "fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in inter-fraternity activities." The organization exists alongside traditional Greek fraternities and sororities as a leadership supplement.

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The National Technical Honor Society Celebrates Students Seeking Essential Careers

Melissa W.
Technical and vocational colleges are essential, as they educate and train students to go forth into the world into careers like nursing, firefighting, automotive, culinary, construction management, and more. If you need a service, it's likely you’re being helped by a NTHS student!

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Pi Alpha Alpha: The Global Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration

Melissa W.
What does a content specialist, media director, government affairs director, and a publicist have in common? They’re all members of public affairs teams, and likely members of the honor society, Pi Alpha Alpha!

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Mortar Board: National College Senior Honor Society

Melissa W.
The mortarboard is a classic symbol of graduates and commencement ceremonies worldwide, so it only makes sense to have an organization specifically for honoring students preparing to don one of them!

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Phi Alpha Theta: The National History Honor Society

Melissa W.
There’s no doubt we’re living in unprecedented times and experiencing firsthand events that history books will talk about in years to come. But nobody knows history quite like members of Phi Alpha Theta!

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Sigma Gamma Epsilon: The Honor Society for Earth Sciences

Melissa W.
What college major was recently named by USA Today as having students “the least likely to be unemployed and some of the best-paid college graduates”? Earth Science!

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