Student Organizations

Honors Organizations

Functions as an honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences.

An honor society formed to recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to Bloomsburg University through non-traditional criteria; promote continued high academic standards of those students; and foster increased communication among its members.

To recognize academic accomplishments of college and university students with disabilities, facilitate leadership and provide opportunities for members to serve as mentors and role models

Seeks to further professional interest in geography; strengthen student and professional training; advance the status of geography as a cultural and practical subject; and hold professional and social meetings throughout the school year to aid members socially and contribute to their knowledge of geography.

Promotes excellence in and recognizes outstanding contributions to education.

Stimulates an interest and appreciation for the importance of mathematics and recognition for outstanding achievement.

To recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in Communication Studies.

A History honor society which promotes the study of History through encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and exchange of learning and through among historians; creates an interest in the field; encourages scholarship; provides opportunities for students to experience exhibits, provides intellectual forums; and cooperates with local, state and national societies in historical events.

Recognizes and encourages superior scholarship in all academic disciplines; encourages the provision of a campus atmosphere conducive to academic excellence and interdisciplinary cooperation; promotes the continuing interest and dedication of alumni members to their Alma Mater for the promotion of true education and maintains and coordinates a world-wide community of scholars. Membership is by invitation based on academic criteria and is extended during the junior and senior years.

National co-ed honor fraternity organized in 1930 based on leadership, fellowship, and scholarship. The fraternity has the distinction of being the oldest fraternity at Bloomsburg University and believes they are the most unique. The best way to describe Phi Sigma Pi is 1/3 honor society, 1/3 service organization, and 1/3 social fraternity.

Honor fraternity dealing with forensics

National Business teacher education honor society.

National Political Science Honor Society which promotes worthwhile curricular and extracurricular activities related to political science and stimulates scholarship and intelligent interest in political science.

Furthers Psychology as an academic discipline, a profession, and a way of understanding human behavior. To serve as a means of recognizing and inspiring talented students majoring in Psychology at B.U.; provides fellowship of a social, academic, and cultural nature among the members.

The national English Honor Fraternity. Invitations to membership recognize strong interest and achievement in English literature and language. Chapter activities support the study and enjoyment of English in both formal and informal programs.

Honors outstanding band men and women through privilege of membership extended as a reward for achievement in and service to the band program.