Kappa Gamma Pi
Kappa Gamma Pi is the national Catholic college graduate honor society for graduates who have demonstrated outstanding scholarship, service achievement, and leadership ability, and who further pledge themselves to continued leadership and service activities. The Society was founded in 1926 at the Conference of Catholic Colleges for Women of the National Catholic Educational Association. Kappa Gamma Pi has outlined certain criteria for membership. In order to be considered, a student must have completed seven semesters with honors. Nominees must embrace the mission of Kappa Gamma Pi as a service-oriented graduate honor society and be eager to assume leadership roles in church, civic, or other altruistic causes.
In 2018, the following students were nominated to Kappa Gamma Pi: