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Alpha Chi National College Honor Society
Alpha Chi - At a Glance
- Alpha Chi is a national college honor society that admits students from all academic disciplines.
- Membership is limited to the top 10 percent of an institution's juniors, seniors, and graduate students.
- Invitation to membership comes only through an institutional chapter. A college seeking a chapter must grant baccalaureate degrees and be regionally accredited.
- Some 300 chapters, located in almost every state, induct approximately 12,000 members annually.
Alpha Chi is distinctive in that it involves members in all aspects of its operation: chapter officer leadership, student representation on the National Council, local chapter event planning, and presenting scholarly programs at national conventions. Alpha Chi members have been "making scholarship effective for good" since 1922.
Ashley Smith, exercise science; Catherine Givens, business administration; Corey Swift, exercise science; Faith Holestine, elementary education; Hunter Colburn, criminal justice; Junitress Smith, American Indian studies; Kristi Chase, exercise science; Leslie Hodges, elementary education; Mu Htee Klee, business administration; Reno Smith, sports management; Seanna Arredondo, criminal justice; Tessa Strange, business administration; Timothy Ryan, criminal justice; Toby BigHorse, American Indian studies; Tyler Reid, criminal justice; Van Hu, christian ministry; and Veronica Harrison, business administration.