Pi Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Undergraduate
Note: This page is for undergraduate students only. Graduate students or professionals, please visit the Professional Chapter page.
Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education with the purpose of promoting excellence in future professionals and recognizing the outstanding contributions made to education. The Pi Sigma Chapter at Liberty University was founded in 1984. The organization endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members, quicken professional growth, and honor achievement in education work.
Membership is based on high academic achievement, a commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude which assures the member's steady growth in the field of education. Membership requirements include a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, admission to the Teacher Licensure Program, and the recommendation of a faculty member, who is also a member of Kappa Delta Pi.
Recognizes scholarship and excellence in education,
Promotes the development and dissemination of worthy educational ideas and practices,
Enhances the continuous growth and leadership of its diverse membership,
Fosters inquiry and reflection on significant educational issues, and
Maintains a high degree of professional fellowship.
Ideals of Kappa Delta Pi:
Fidelity to Humanity - Faith in the potential of human beings to improve through continuing education and experience a more meaningful life.
Science - Faithful to the cause of inquiry and strives to eliminate prejudice by withholding judgment until accurate knowledge is obtained.
Service - Seeks advancement for all of humanity by serving and working to achieve peace, justice and better living.
Toil - A willingness to complete a task, whether is it is pleasing or not and a faith in the intrinsic value of education.
Pi Sigma Officers
Joining Pi Sigma Chapter (Undergraduate Students Only)
Joining Professional Chapter (Graduate Students and Professionals)
Web Resources: Chapter Event
Honor Cord Information
Dr. Kristina DeWitt, Counselor
Promoting Literacy during Literacy Alive Day at Linkhorne Elementary School