University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown students may receive invitations to join one of these prestigious national or international societies. It is testament to a student’s high academic achievement. Membership is looked upon favorably by potential employers.
Alpha Kappa Delta recognizies high academic achievement in sociology.
Beta Beta Beta recognizies students for high academic achievement in biology.
Kappa Mu Epsilon recognizies students for high achievement in mathematics.
Lambda Pi Eta honor society of the National Communication Association recognizies students for high achievement in Communication Studies.
Phi Alpha Theta international honor society recognizies students with high academic achievement in History.
Phi Eta Sigma recognizies freshmen scholarship. Founded in 1923, Phi Eta Sigma is the nation’s oldest and largest, all-discipline honor’s society for first-year students. To be eligible for induction, students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 and they must rank in the upper 20% of their class during their first year at Pitt-Johnstown. There are currently over 370 chapters and more than 1 million inductees. Along with membership, undergraduate and graduate students alike may apply for scholarships or earn awards through the fraternity furthering their careers as members.
Phi Kappa Phi recognizies juniors and seniors with the highest academic achievement and other qualities of excellence.
Pi Lambda Theta recognizies students for academic achievement and a commitment to a career in education.
Psi Chi international honor society recognizies students with high academic achievement in Psychology.
Sigma Alpha recognizies students seeking to develop leadership skills.
Sigma Tau Delta - Alpha Pi Omicron recognizies students with high academic achievement in English education,literature, and writing.