Honorary Organizations

Are you passionate about academics?

Join on of our many honorary organizations like Alpha Chi, Beta Gamma, or Beta Alpha.

Alpha Chi Honor Society

Since 1922, Alpha Chi has promoted academic excellence and exemplary character among college students. Juniors and seniors (54+ credits) who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and are ranked in the top 10% of upperclassmen are eligible for induction into this prestigious honor society.

Contact Information:
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Eoin King, eoking@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join during the spring of their junior or senior year.

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society

Alpha Lambda Delta, founded in 1924, celebrates academic excellence during a student's first year at college. Students must be registered for a full course of study for a bachelor's degree, have a GPA of 3.65+, and rank in the top 20% of their freshman class.

Contact Information:
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Vanessa Bond, vbond@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join this honor society during the spring of their first-year.

Beta Alpha Psi Honor Society

The Mu Chi Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi is at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut. The organization is devoted to the mission of Beta Alpha Psi to recognize and encourage scholastic and professional excellence in business.

Contact Information:
President: Paige LaCasse, placasse@hartford.edu
Advisor: Carl Smith, casmith@hartford.edu and bannister@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
We seek to recognize and honor the top students in Accounting and Finance at the University of Hartford Barney School of Business.

Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society

The Mission of the International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business, to foster personal and professional excellence, to advance the values of the Society, and to serve its lifelong members.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Dr. Andy Hao, hao@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join this honor society.

Communication Honor Society (Lambda Pi Eta)

Lambda Pi Eta (LPE) is the official honor society of the National Communication Association. The University of Hartford chapter, Alpha Beta, was established to foster and reward student excellence in the study of communication. LPE accepts students on an invitation only basis.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Dr. Lynne Kelly, kelly@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
LPE offers great networking opportunities and lifelong connections. LPE holds their annual communication alumni mixer where professionals from various fields come and speak to members, offering insights and employment opportunities.

Gamma Iota Sigma Honor Society

At the University of Hartford, our purpose is to become the organization of choice for students interested in risk management, insurance, and actuarial science while furthering member’s personal development through guest speakers, civic involvement, and networking opportunities with the greater Hartford business community with the primary end result of career placement in any of the above fields.

Contact Information:
President: Lisa Flynn, lflynn@hartford.eduor or gis.alphaomicron@gmail.com
Advisor: Dr. Yu Lei, lei@hartford.edu and Kenneth Goldstein, kgoldseti@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Open to all Undergrad majors of the University of Hartford and all Barney School of Business Graduate students.

International English Honor Society (Sigma Tau Delta)

The University of Hartford is home to the Psi Phi chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society. Membership is open to declared English majors who meet high standards in terms of their classroom performance and their academic integrity.

Contact Information:
Department Chair: Bryan Sinche, sinche@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
The Psi Phi chapter sponsors an annual lecture, performs community service, and offers English major’s various social opportunities during the school year.

National Architecture and Allied Arts Honor Society (Tau Sigma Delta)

Gamma Nu chapter of Tau Sigma Delta, national architecture and allied arts honor society.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Ted Sawruk, sawruk@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join this honor society.

National Electrical Engineering Honor Society (Eta Kappu Nu)

Iota Epsilon Chapter of Eta Kappu Nu, national electrical engineering honor society.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Ladimer Nagurney, nagurney@hartford.edu

National Engineering Honor Society (Tau Beta Pi)

Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, national engineering honor society.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Eoin King, eoking@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join this honor society.

National Engineering Technology Honor Society (Tau Alpha Pi)

Lambda Epsilon Chapter of Tau Alpha Pi, national engineering technology honor society.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Timothy Britt, britt@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join this honor society

National Mechanical Engineering Honor Society (Pi Tau Sigma)

Delta Eta Chapter of Pi Tau Sigma, national mechanical engineering honor society.

Contact Information:
Advisor: Cy Yavuzturk, yavuzturk@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Eligible students will be invited to join this honor society.

National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi)

The Sigma Alpha Pi Club has been established to create a support group that will help college students achieve their goals and better their lives, in the process building leaders who make a better world.

Contact Information:
President: Jordyn Brecciaroli, brecciaro@hartford.edu
Advisor: Mike Ormsby, ormsby@hartford.edu

Why you should join this organization?
Learn how to be a better leader!

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