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 - high academic achievement in sociology.
- Beta Beta Beta recognizies students for high academic achievement in biology.
- Delta Epsilon Iota recognizies students seeking to promote career development activities and programs.
- 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 inCommunication 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 over 1 million inductees since the fraternity’s founding year. 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 recognizies students with high academic achievement in English education,literature, and writing.
- Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society
- Gamma Theta Upsilon National Geography Honor Society