Xi Theta Chi
Foreign Languages Honor Society Department of Modern Languages
Xi Theta Chi is an active Honor Society and Service Organization which cultivates and fosters an interest in the languages, cultures and civilizations of other countries.
Members of Xi Theta Chi promote and support events and activities which encourage collaboration between students pursuing the study of different languages, literatures, and cultures.
Some of the activities which Xi Theta Chi has helped to sponsor or will sponsor:
Study Abroad Sit-Downs
Study Abroad Q & A with the Office of International Education
Study Skills Workshops
7 x 7 Foreign Film Festival
Language Spring Registration Information and Food Tastings
Career Panel for Majors and Minors of Modern Languages
Crash Course in Languages!
Society membership is by invitation. Students are invited to join in the Spring semester.
To be identified for induction in French, German, or Spanish, students must have completed language studies through the 300 level. To be identified for induction in Chinese, Italian, Japanese, or Russian, students must have completed language through the 202 level, which is the most advanced course currently offered by the College. Certain grade and GPA requirements do apply.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Teresa Hancock-Palmer