The Rho Chi Society achieves universal recognition of its members as lifelong intellectual leaders in pharmacy. As a community of scholars, the society instills the desire to pursue intellectual excellence and critical inquiry in pharmacy.
Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) is an honor society for students who have maintained a 3.5 or higher GPA during their first year of higher education. The UConn chapter encourages academic success and meaningful involvement of its members in the UConn community.
The Fraternity of Alpha Zeta is an honorary, professional society for students studying agriculture, environment, health, and related areas.
Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary professional organization for accounting, finance and MIS majors. Its purpose is to recognize scholastic achievement, foster professional development, and encourage social responsibility amongst its members.
Chi Epsilon is an honor society (based on GPA) for UConn Civil and Environmental engineering students entering their 3rd or 4th academic years. Chi Epsilon was founded in 1922 to recognize and honor civil engineering students and professionals.
Eta Kappa Nu is the International Honor Society for Computer and Electrical Engineers. Outstanding persons are elected to Eta Kappa Nu primarily from the junior and senior classes of accredited undergraduate programs.
The UConn Honors Council (HC) is a leadership community within the university, providing Honors students academic enrichment, leadership experience, cultural awareness, community outreach, and research opportunities.
This organization seeks to educate students on topics in the STEM disciplines, connect students with research, career, and internship opportunities, and to build a community of STEM-minded students with the hopes of creating life-long connections.
Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Fraternity for College Bandmembers, is a fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands.
We seek to celebrate, empower, and unify members of minority cultures within the Honors Program and in doing so, emerge as a positive multicultural presence at UConn.