Recognizing your achievements
Students who attain high academic achievement at Berkeley College may join a variety of honor societies in recognition of their accomplishment:
The National Society of Leadership and Success is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. Students are invited for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential.
Sigma Beta Delta is for students enrolled in business, management, and administration Baccalaureate and M.B.A. programs.
Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, recognizes the scholarly achievements of students enrolled in Baccalaureate level Criminal Justice programs.
Alpha Sigma Lambda is for adult students enrolled in Baccalaureate programs.
Lambda Epsilon Chi acknowledges students who have attained excellence in Legal Studies.
Phi Theta Kappa is for students enrolled in Associate’s degree programs or for students enrolled in certificate programs where 12 credit hours of completed coursework can be applied toward an Associate's degree in the same major at Berkeley College.
The Financial Management Association National Honor Society recognizes the achievement of finance and accounting majors.
Mu Kappa Tau is dedicated to academic excellence in individuals committed to an exceptional standard of ethics and achievement within the marketing discipline.
Students who choose to join these societies participate in a formal induction ceremony and receive ceremonial cords that are worn during commencement.
For more information on eligibility requirements for these honor societies, please visit the Student Development and Campus Life page on the Berkeley College website.