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Students in the English, Speech & Foreign Languages Department have several opportunities to interact with others who have similar interests, including faculty. The department has several organizations, with students finding opportunities for leadership roles.  The organizations are also good sources of information about departmental events, and they offer opportunities for students to build networks.

Omega Rho Alpha

Omega Rho Alpha is and English Honors Society open to freshman and sophomore students majoring in English. More about “Omega Rho Alpha”...

Sigma Tau Delta

Sigma Tau Delta's central purpose is to confer distinction upon outstanding students of the English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies. More about “Sigma Tau Delta”...


ERGO-RSA, English and Rhetoric Graduate Student Organization Rhetoric Society of America, provides both education and professional support, as well as camaraderie among graduate students. The organization hosts regular events for graduate students.
More about “ERGO-RSA”...

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