Mount Mary University offers many student clubs and organizations for you to participate in, including two organizations specifically for history students.
This student organization is open to all students who have an interest in history. As a member, you’ll play an active role in determining the club’s activities and can participate in discussions and presentations. Meetings center on learning and enjoying new aspects of history while developing an appreciation for other people, times and places.
Contact Julie Tatlock, faculty adviser, to join the club.
Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society
This is the national honor society for history students. The society’s mission is “to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.” Phi Alpha Theta’s objectives are the promotion of high scholarship in history, leadership qualities, character and good campus citizenship.
To qualify for membership, you must have maintained a 3.1 average in history courses and a 3.0 in two-thirds of the remainder your coursework. You also must have completed 12 credits of history courses.
Contact S. Linda Marie Bos, faculty adviser, for more information.