Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society for students enrolled in business and management programs accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. With more than 580,000 members worldwide, the Society's membership comprises the brightest and best of the world's business leaders.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Jim Lee
Beta Alpha Psi
Founded in 1919, BETA ALPHA PSI is a nonprofit international honorary and service organization for accounting students at AACSB universities. Its primary objective is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Michael Mullen
FMA National Honor Society
Founded in 1974, the FMA National Honor Society recognizes outstanding academic achievement for students in the field of finance.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Michael Mullen
Alpha Mu Alpha
Alpha Mu Alpha is the national marketing honorary for qualified undergraduate, graduate and doctoral markting students, and marketing faculty.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Geoff Lantos
Lambda Pi Eta
Campus chapter, Alpha Omega, of the National Communication Association Honor Society. Recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Anne Mattina
Alpha Sigma Lambda
Campus chapter, Beta Xi, of the National Honor Society for students in Continuing Higher Education. Recognizes high scholastic achievement by Continuing Education students.
Faculty Advisor – Richard Grant
Upsilon Phi Delta
Campus Chapter of the National Honor Society for the profession of healthcare management. Recognizes students who achieve distinction in healthcare administration, achieve academic excellence, and make outstanding contributions to the profession, and who uphold the highest ethical standards of the profession.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Craig Higgins
Sociology & Criminology
Alpha Kappa Delta
The International Sociology Honor Society.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Patricia Leavy
Edwin H. Sutherland Criminology Honor Society
Fosters a community of young scholars dedicated to enhancing their understanding of the causes, prevention, control and treatment of crime and delinquency. The Society also strives to link the social justice and service mission of the College to help its members become more well-rounded and effective academicians and practitioners in the many fields of criminology and criminal justice.
Faculty Advisor – TBA
Alpha Psi Omega
Campus chapter, Zeta Sigma, of the National Honor Society in Theatre Arts. Recognizes outstanding achievement by students in educational theatre. Promotes technical and dramatic skills.
Faculty Advisor -- Prof. Patricia Sankus
Kappa Delta Pi
Campus chapter, Alpha Gamma Beta, of the National Honor Society in Education. Recognizes students who have shown evidence of outstanding academic achievement.
Faculty Advisor -- Prof. Stephen Pinzari
Stonehill Honor Society
Lambda Epsilon Sigma
Stonehill Honor Society that recognizes academic accomplishments and fosters scholarly activities. Members selected from all major areas of concentration on the basis of academic accomplishment.
Faculty Advisor -- Prof. Michael E. Tirrell
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Campus chapter, Phi, of the International Honor Society in Economics. Recognizes academic achievement in Economics.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Mark Kazarosian
Sigma Tau Delta
International English Honor Society for which the key purpose is to confer distinction upon students engaged in the study of English and literatures in English at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies levels. Membership in the Honor Society, which recognizes high scholastic achievement, is by invitation. At present, Sigma Tau Delta has more than 750 active chapters in Europe, the Caribbean, and the United States.
Faculty Advisor -- Prof. Helga Duncan
Phi Alpha Theta
Campus chapter, Nu Rho, of the International Honor Society in History. Recognizes academic achievement in History. Promotes the study of History and encourages research.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Alex Vesey
Physical Sciences & Math
Phi Lambda Upsilon
Honorary chemical society founded in 1899. This was the first honor society dedicated to a single scientific discipline. The aims and purposes of the society are the promotion of high scholarship and original investigations in all branches of pure and applied chemistry.
Faculty Advisor -- Prof. Louis Liotta
Campus chapter, Alpha Rho, of the National Honor Society for faculty members and students in the sciences and Mathematics.
Faculty Advisors – Profs. Gregory Maniero and Sharon Ramos Goyette
Pi Sigma Alpha
The Honor Society for recognition of the study of politics was founded in 1920 and has over 460 chapters nationwide. Candidates must achieve distinguished grades in the study of politics. The Society encourages students to undertake the study of politics and government in all areas of the discipline.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Richard B. Finnegan
Sigma Iota Rho
Campus chapter of the National Honor Society in International Relations. Recognizes academic achievement in the study and practice of International Relations.
Faculty advisor – Prof. Richard B. Finnegan
Campus chapter of Psychology’s National Honor Society. Recognizes and encourages scholarship for students pursuing a major or minor in Psychology.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Michael E. Tirrell
Theta Alpha Kappa
Campus chapter Alpha Gamma Eta, of the National Honor Society for Religious Studies/Theology. The Society promotes excellence in research, learning, teaching and publication in addition to fostering the exchange of ideas among scholars of religion and theology and those of other disciplines.
Faculty Advisor – Prof. Peter H. Beisheim
Sigma Delta Pi
Campus chapter, Lambda Rho, of the National Honor Society in Spanish. Honors those who seek and attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and the literature and culture of Spanish-speaking peoples.
Faculty advisor – Prof. Joyce M. Collins