Honor Societies

Be sure to file the 2013-2014 Organization Information Form to have your organization's information listed on the Student Activities Website.
Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society

The Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society is an organization based on high scholastic and academic achievements. The organization's main purpose is to promote service throughout college campuses and the community.

President: Yasmin CunninghamEmail Yasmin

Golden Key International Honor Society

With members being inducted since 1984, the Golden Key chapter at The University of Southern Mississippi Golden Key has a large network of past experience. As the 51st chapter to have been chartered, the USM Golden Key has now been active part of the community for over 25 years. We welcome prospective members sophomore year through graduate school who are in the top 15% of their class and interested in improving and developing their academic initiatives, leadership experience, and community service responsibilities.

President: Melissa Weston Email Melissa

Lambda Sigma Honor Society

Lambda Sigma Society is a national honor society for second year men and women dedicated to the purpose of fostering leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and the spirit of service among college students, and to promoting the interests of the college or university in every possible way. Membership in Lambda Sigma is not only recognition for accomplishment, but also a challenge to serve throughout your college career and as an alumnus. Lambda Sigma offers opportunities for personal growth, leadership experience, a sense of involvement on your campus, and the friendship of other student leaders/scholars. As a member of a group of outstanding second year students, members are challenged to fulfill their own intellectual and leadership potential while serving their University and community.

President: Antell Young, IIEmail Antell

Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society

Phi Eta Sigma was founded in 1923 at the University of Illinois. It is the nation's oldest and largest honor society for first-year college and university students in all disciplines. Inspired by the past and dedicated to the future, the Society's mission is to encourage and reward academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning. To gain membership, students must have a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale at the end of any first year, full-time curricular period, provided they have carried a normal academic load acceptable toward a bachelor's degree and rank in the upper 20 percent of their class. Phi Eta Sigma chapters are chartered on 365 campuses across the United States.

President: Kierra GarnerEmail Kierra