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Kaplan University’s chapter of the National Society of
Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), an honor society for high-achieving college students,
was recognized as a gold status chapter at the organization’s 2013 national
convention in Houston, Texas.
To receive this honor, an online chapter of NSCS must
fulfill criteria such as service projects, leadership training, webinars, and
other activities that engage their community. The chapter must also sponsor
orientations for potential members and select multiple student leaders to
govern the university’s chapter of the honor society.
Among the projects responsible for Kaplan University’s gold
status was a letter-writing campaign to service men and women via the United
Services Organizations (USO); an online induction ceremony for new members;
collaboration with other University student organizations, such as their
partnership with Golden Key on hosting guest speaker Erin Gruwell, founder of
the Freedom Writers Foundation; and scholarships awarded to chapter members for
involvement and academic achievement.
Eleven Kaplan University students attended the convention,
including Student President Jessica Anker, who said that she “knew
that the chapter was amazing and [the gold status] just proved it.”
Kaplan University Student Life Manager Maurice Brown said
the award is a great honor and a testament to how hard the organization has
worked to engage their community after just one year ago being awarded the
silver status for their efforts.
“Our chapter of NSCS is always looking for the next best
thing to enrich the experience of their members and support community building
efforts, so it’s no surprise that their hard work is being recognized on a
Kaplan University instructors Dr. Ellen Manning and
Dr. Russell Fail serve as organization advisors
for the chapter.
Dr. Manning observed, “What a great accomplishment for our chapter.
It shows what hard work and dedication can do. Despite all our challenges this
last year, overall the chapter has risen to the occasion and performed in a
highly professional manner. We are very proud of them.”
NSCS is open to first and second year college students who
hold a 3.4 cumulative grade point average or better.
Interested in learning more about the honor society? Check out the Kaplan University Office of Student Life.
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