Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society)
Recognizes outstanding students in the area of sociology. Open to junior and senior sociology majors with 3.0+ GPA; 3.0+ GPA in sociology at JSU; completed 4 courses in sociology, and elected by faculty.
Advisor: Tina Deshotels, Sociology Department, 256-782-5350
Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice)
To recognize and promote academic excellence among students engaged in collegiate preparation for professional service in the field of criminal justice.
Advisor: H.Dean Buttram, Criminal Justice, 256-782-8179
Beta Beta Beta Biology Honors Society
To encourage academic excellence in the field of biology as well as promoting research in Biology.
Advisor: Lori Tolley-Jordan, Biology Department, 256-782-5964
Chi Sigma Iota (Counseling Honor Society)
Promotes scholarship, research, professionalism, and excellence in counseling.
Advisor: Jerry Kiser, Educational Resources, 256-782-5855
To provide academically gifted students with an enriched educational experience in a diverse
range of courses
Advisor: Lori Owens, Honors Program, 256-782-5640
Lambda Alpha Epsilon(Alpha Sigma Omega)
To promote education in the Criminal Justice field.
Advisor: Brian Petty, Criminal Justice Department, 256-782-8126
Kappa Mu Epsilon (Mathematics)
To promote the interest of mathematics among undergraduate students and to recognize students who have attained academic distinction in mathematics
Advisor: David Dempsey, MCIS, 256-782-5124
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
The NSCS is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. The NCSC provides career and graduate school connections, leadership and service opportunities and gives out a million dollars in scholarships annually. The members are deeply committed to scholarship, leadership and service and as a result, are impacting their campus and local communities every day.
Advisor: A. Michelle Green, Academic Advisement, 256-782-8303
Sigma Alpha Pi (formerly The National Society of Leadership and Success)
An organization that provides leadership and success training, experiential learning to help students develop personally, academically and professionally.
Advisor: Erin Rider, Sociology and Social Work Department, 256-782-8477