Theta Alpha Kappa
Theta Alpha Kappa is a national honor society for students of religious studies.
- Founded at Manhattan College, 1976
- Number of Active Chapters: 75
- Total membership: 3,125
- Publications: Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa, TAK Newsletter
Theta Alpha Kappa is the national honor society in religious studies, founded in 1977 by Brother Albert Clarke, FSC. Brother Albert was president of the honor society from 1977 to 1988. Manhattan College's chapter is Alpha, the first of 154 chapters in the United States and Canada. A student will be invited to membership if he or she has completed 15 credits in religious studies, has a B+ average in those courses, and an overall cumulative average of B.