Honor Societies

Get the added recognition you deserve.

Membership in international and national honor societies can further recognize and reward your superior scholar and leadership efforts.

Delta Mu Delta

DMD is the International Honor Society for business programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. The Greek letters in the Society's name stand for Dia Matheseos Dynamis, signifying the motto, "Through Knowledge, Power, for social and economic good. Lambda Eta is Northcentral University Chapter of Delta Mu Delta.

Delta Mu Delta membership benefits include lifetime recognition of outstanding academic achievement, resume enhancement, scholarship programs, federal job opportunities and lifetime contact through their national newsletter.

For more information visit:http://www.lambdaeta.org/ or http://www.lambdaeta.org/initiatives

Alpha Phi Sigma

APS is the only National Criminal Justice Honor Society that recognizes the academic excellence of undergraduates and graduates in criminal justice, homeland security and related fields.

Alpha Phi Sigma is well represented in the professional ranks of all areas of the criminal justice field. The membership directories of the national professional associations, such as The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), The American Society of Criminology (ASC), and the American Correctional Association (ACA) are embossed with the names of Alpha Phi Sigma members, both active and alumni. Iota Pi is the Northcentral University Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma.

For more information visit: http://www.alphaphisigma.org.

Kappa Delta Pi

KDP is an International Honor Society for Education and is one of the largest and most prestigious education honor societies in the world. Kappa Delta Pi was established to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. The founders chose the name to represent knowledge, duty and power.

Alpha Delta Epsilon is the Northcentral University Chapter of KDP and initiates members biannually. ADE was installed at Northcentral on June 15, 2007, and was the first chapter chartered by KDP at an online university.

For more information visit: http://www.kdp.org.

Golden Key International Honour Society

Northcentral University is a Charter Member of Golden Key International Honour Society. Golden Key is a premier honor society with nearly 2 million members worldwide, and over 375 chapters at both national and international campuses.

The benefits of Golden Key membership include the opportunities to apply for scholarships and attend professional development events. You will be recognized as a member of a large and active society. Membership is invitation-only and will be available to qualifying undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled at Northcentral. A qualifying student will be determined by first calculating and ranking students by their Grade Point Average (GPA). For undergraduates, all students will then be ranked by class standing and the top 15% will receive invitations. For those in graduate programs, students will be ranked by GPA and then on the number of credits completed; the top 15% will be invited to join. All schools at Northcentral are included in the membership campaigns as Golden Key is university-wide and not limited to a particular school. (Please note, NCU does not have cum laude specifications at the graduate level; only the bachelor's level.)

For more information visit: http://www.goldenkey.org

Delta Kappa International Marriage and Family Therapy Honor Society - Iota Chapter

DELTA KAPPA, the name for the International Marriage and Family Therapy Honor Society, has symbolic and historical significance within the field of marriage and family therapy. The purpose of Delta Kappa is to provide marriage and family therapy professionals a face-to-face, ongoing scholarly forum for the exchange of ideas related to the development of research, theory, and clinical practice.

 The Greek letters, Delta Kappa, have symbolic and historical significance within the field of marriage and family therapy. DELTA represents the triangle. The points of the triangle represent the three corners of the therapeutic relationship - the client/family present in the room, the therapists and therapeutic treatment team, and the external influences intertwined between lives of clients and professionals. KAPPA is the universal symbol for knowledge. The shape of the KAPPA symbol has a single long vertical line representing the intervention that occurs in the therapeutic process. The two lines meeting at the midpoint of the vertical line create a point of confluence with the therapist and the client system - joining together for change. 

For more information visit:http://deltakappamft.org/