Lynch School Honors Society
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Alpha & Omega Honors Society
Official Honors Program of the Lynch School of Education
Scholarship and academic excellence are traditions at
Since 1956, the Alpha and Omega Honor Society has been the official Honors Program of the Lynch School of Education. It was founded to cultivate the minds of Lynch School of Education students and provide them an opportunity to develop their intellectual and educational goals. This is accomplished through an individualized classroom setting and a specialized curriculum that challenges the students to maximize their potential in every aspect of college life.
Students meet monthly and plan service activities both on and off campus. Students always participate in the Walk Against Breast Cancer and the spring daffodil sale on behalf of the American Cancer Society. Other service projects in the past have included providing activities for fourth and fifth graders, helping at a homeless shelter, sending holiday gifts and cards to hospitalized children, and arranging forums on topics of interest to faculty and students.
First year students take one
By participating in a variety of academic and service programs within the honors community, students are able to form strong bonds with each other and the rest of the