Socratic Philosophical Honor Society
The Socratic Philosophical Honor Society’s purpose is to recognize academic achievement and provide networking opportunities for students and alumni in the university’s philosophy, religion or humanities programs, and to promote the study of philosophy and related disciplines through extensive teaching, publication, and research.
The Socratic Philosophical Honor Society is a stand-alone honor society and is not affiliated with a national or international honor society.
Membership & Fees
Benefits include: Recognition for outstanding academic achievements, and networking opportunities for members with a common academic or professional interest in philosophy.
Annual membership fee: $0.
If you are currently a member of the Socratic Philosophical Honor Society, your group is active in ClearPath.
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Socratic Philosophical Honor Society has achieved BRONZE standing, per the university's Chapter Standards program. Bronze standing demonstrates a notable level of chapter involvement and denotes excellence in chapter leadership and member engagement.
All positions are currently filled.
Eligible students meeting the criteria below will receive an invitation during the months of March and September. If you believe you are eligible and do not receive an invitation, email email@example.com.
- Active university student pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Religion or Humanities; or minor in Philosophy, Religion or Humanities
- Completed at least six semester hours at the university
- Completed at least 15 semester hours at the undergraduate or graduate level
- Cumulative GPA of 3.50 or greater
- Has complied with university policies on academic integrity
Alumni Level Membership (In addition to the above General Membership Criteria)
- Completed a degree program or minor in philosophy, religion or humanities