Lambda Pi Eta increases campus involvement

November 11, 2014 Features

in brief lambda piLambda Pi Eta at Rollins College, a chapter of the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association, is one of over 250 active chapters worldwide. As such, the members of our chapter aims to contribute to the well-being and mission of Lambda Pi Eta as a whole by working to carry out the goal of the organization.

One way in which we uphold these values is through setting high scholastic standards for our members. In order to be inducted, a student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and a communication studies GPA of at least 3.25. He or she must also be in the upper 35% of his or her graduating class, be enrolled as a student in good standing, and display commitment to the field of communication.

​This semester is Lambda Pi Eta’s first as a recognized student organization on campus. As a student organization, we have been able to participate in more events such as the Halloween Howl, Freedom of Speech Week, and COM Fest. This past week at COM Fest, interested students were able to come here about all of the exciting opportunities available in the Communication Department, Lambda Pi Eta among them. Through this organization, students are able to develop communication skills and relationships with faculty, while becoming a member of a prestigious national organization. For information about joining, please contact Co-President Colleen Wilkowski at cwilkowski@rollins.edu.

 

Colleen Wilkowski

About Colleen Wilkowski

Colleen Wilkowski 15' is a honors student and Communications Studies major at Rollins. She is also co-president of Lambda Pi Eta, the communication studies honor society.

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