School of Humanities and Cultural Studies

Student Clubs and Honor Societies

Classics Club

The Wright State Classics Club is an official student organization that participates in the Student Activities House of Representatives. Classics Club is open to anyone interested in the history and culture of Ancient Greece and Rome. The Classics Club regularly hosts guest lectures, play readings, and other activities.

Eta Sigma Phi

Eta Sigma Phi is a national honor fraternity for students who excel in the study of Greek and/or Latin. To join Wright State's chapter, students must be nominated by their professors in these languages. For more information, visit the website of the national organization.

For information about the either of these clubs, contact Dr. Jeannette Marchand.

History Club

The History Club is open to all Wright State history majors and minors.

Public History Professionals

Public History Professionals is the graduate student organization for all Public History graduate students. This organization provides networking opportunities and additional career training opportunities.

Phi Alpha Theta National Honor Society

Phi Alpha Theta is the national honor society for history majors, graduate students in history, and others who have taken advanced courses in history. The Rho Sigma Chapter is open to all Wright State students who meet the entrance requirements. Invitations to join are sent early in the Spring semester to qualified individuals, and induction occurs at the spring department reception. Inductees are eligible for scholarships, prizes, and graduation regalia.

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