Many of our students belong to prestigious, well-respected honor societies, each with their own specific criteria for entrance.
Epsilon Sigma Pi
Our oldest college-wide honor society, Epsilon Sigma Pi, is open to high-achieving students in all academic areas at Manhattan College. Students who have completed six consecutive semesters with a cumulative scholarship index of at least 3.50 and have no D's or F's are eligible. See the course catalog for full eligibility details.
Moderator: William Clyde
Kappa Delta Pi (Education)
Albert Einstein, George Washington Carver and Eleanor Roosevelt are just a few of the 45,000-plus members of Kappa Delta Pi, the International Honor Society in Education. This prestigious honor society was established to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. Membership is open only to the top 20% of those entering the education field. Naturally, Manhattan College has a long and proud tradition of students being extended an invitation to membership. Kappa Delta Pi is committed to sustaining an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership and service. http://www.kdp.org/
Moderator: Br. Raymond Meagher
Lambda Nu (Radiological Science)
As the national honor society for radiological sciences, Lambda Nu aims to foster academic scholarship at the highest academic levels, promote research and investigation in the radiologic and imaging sciences, and recognize exemplary scholarship. With 20 chapters in 40 states (and new charters being issued every month), Lambdu Nu offers support and networking opportunities studying radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, diagnostic medical sonography, cardiovascular-interventional technology, mammography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and bone densitometry. http://www.lambdanu.org/
Moderator: Lawrence Hough
Phi Epsilon Kappa (Physical Education)
Founded in 1913, Phi Epsilon Kappa is the national professional fraternity for those engaged in or pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sports management. Phi Epsilon Kappa aims to help foster scientific research and facilitate the exchange of information and experience gained in the various countries of the world with programs, methods, techniques, materials, training and research, and published periodicals to be distributed to members and to the general public for the purpose of disseminating information about the membership, the profession and more. http://www.phiepsilonkappa.org/
Moderator: Tedd Keating