Twenty initiated into Phi Eta Sigma

Twenty students were formally initiated into the Phi Eta Sigma honor society chapter during a ceremony held April 13 at Missouri Southern.

Phi Eta Sigma is the oldest and largest freshman honor society in the nation. It was founded in 1923 and now has more than 375,000 chapters. Inspired by the past and dedicated to the future, the society’s mission is to encourage and reward academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning.

To qualify for membership, full-time first year students must attain a 3.5 cumulative GPA during either the fall or spring semester of their first year. Membership is by invitation only. Once students pledge membership to Phi Eta Sigma, they are members for life.

All new members receive a certificate of membership, a lapel pin or key chain, a Phi Eta Sigma T-shirt and a forum book.

ARIZONA
Maricopa

Luzarianna Galindo

KANSAS
Columbus

Alyssa Lynn Canady
Kennedee French

Leavenworth
Kasey Dawn Ward

Overland Park
Rachel Evelyn Alexandria McCoy

MISSOURI
Carthage

Angelica Maria Macias
Kimberly Teed

Fulton
Hailey Marilyn Hausheer

Joplin
Nick Freitas
Payton Lynn Frossard
Abigael Killinger
Rock Robbins

Kansas City
Julie Falleri

Lee’s Summit
Melissa Josephine Wagner

Pomona
Makayla Gearhart

Sedalia
Chance Adam Johnson

St. Louis
Mariyah N. Wilkins

Willow Springs
Alyssa M. Tooley

TENNESSEE
Bartlett

Kathryn Paine

Germantown
Katjana Gries