Catalog of Hardin-Simmons University, 1970-1971 Page: 38
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Student Life Policies and Programs
Pershing Rifles is a national
military honor society described
under the ROTC activities section
of this bulletin.
Pi Gamma Mu, Texas Theta
Chapter, National social science
fraternity, is open to juniors,
seniors, and graduates. Membership
includes qualified students
having 20 semester hours in one
or more of the social sciences--
history, political science, geography,
Pi Kappa Delta, national
Beta Sigma Chapter of Sigma
Delta Pi, national Spanish honor
Sigma Tau Delta, Xi Epsilon
Chapter national.literary fraternity,
membership is open to
English and journalism majors
and minors of junior or senior
rank who have exceptional
Texas Academy of Science -
Club, membership is open to
students in the natural sciences,
home economics and mathematics.
Beta Pi Chapter of Kappa Pi,
national honorary art fraternity.
American Chemical Society,
an organization dedicated to the
scientific advancement of chemistry.
Geology Club, a local organization
to foster interest among
students of geology but is open
to anyone on campus who is
Universities Studies Club,
designed to promote sound
scholarship in history, political
science, philosophy, economics
and related disciplines. Membership
is open to regularly enrolled
students and members of the
faculty of Hardin-Simmons
Social clubs promote leadership
and high character, sponsor service
projects, emphasize social etiquette
and promote scholastic excellence.
Close friendship ties are made among
social club members.
Basic requirements for membership:
the completion of twelve semester
hours, a grade point average of 2.0
(C), free from scholastic or disciplinary
probation and an invitation from
the club to pledge.
The seven social clubs include three
for women and four for men.
Membership in ensembles is open to
all students by audition. Auditions are
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