Concordia University Texas students frequently receive recognition for their academic accomplishments, and one way is through membership in honor societies. This year, 25 CTX students became members of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society.
Excelling in Academics
The Alpha Chi National College Honor Society offers membership to junior and senior undergraduates who have achieved exemplary academic success.
Members must rank in the top 10% of their classes and have a GPA of 3.50 or greater. Students in all majors and modalities (i.e., on campus, online or hybrid) are eligible.
This 2020-21 academic year, Concordia University Texas welcomed the following students to the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society:
- Myra Austin
- Brianna Courtney
- Jared Guidry
- Ashley Hibbetts
- Owen Hill
- Paige Husband
- Justus Hyde
- Kennedy Joy
- Nicole Krakos
- Grace Landry
- Simone Langland
- Victoria Leffers
- Jacqueline Knapp
- Hannah Markins
- Jessey Martinez
- Jade McCombs
- Lauren Menard
- Kristen Molstad
- Diana Obarisiagbon
- Jessica Pas
- Grant Pollet
- Stephanie Rike
- Chriesna Rogers
- Brittany Steele
- Kimberly Stevens
The University congratulates these students on their academic achievements. Woosh!
Alpha Chi Membership
The Alpha Chi National College Honor Society was established in 1922 to recognize academic excellence among college and university students, to encourage service and leadership, and to nurture the elements of character that make scholarship effective for good.
Students who become members of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society enjoy a variety of benefits:
- Formal recognition of academic achievement
- Join network of thousands of students across the country
- Blue and green cords to wear with graduation gown at commencement
- Achievement to put on a resume
View all of the honor societies at Concordia University Texas.
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