Loudoun Welcomes Newest Sigma Chi Eta Communication Honor Society Inductees

On December 2, NOVA’s Alpha Alpha Chapter of Sigma Chi Eta Communication Honor Society proudly welcomed its newest members.

Students from three campuses were eligible for induction at the Loudoun Campus. The eligible members included Mynor Aguirre (AN), Cassandra Robbins (MA), Anna-Karina Ruester (LO), Erik Sather (LO) and Shatina Townes (AN). After the initiation before family, faculty and staff, a reception was held in their honor.

Honoring the tenets of Sigma Chi Eta, the students selected for membership displayed commitments to character, scholarship and the field of communication studies. NOVA’s Communication Studies and Theatre departments were proud to recognize their achievements.

Sigma Chi Eta, the national communication honor society for two-year colleges, was established September 24, 2007, and the chapter became active fall 2008. Students completing nine credit hours in communication studies and/or theatre with a 3.25 and an overall GPA of 3.0 are eligible for membership. If you are interested in sharing more information with your students on joining Sigma Chi Eta, please contact the advisor, Dr. Tami Olds in the Division of Communication and Human Studies, Loudoun Campus, at 703- 450-2515 or tolds@nvcc.edu.