Your time at NKU isn't just about obtaining your degree. It's about meeting new people, enjoying new experiences, and growing as both a scholar and a global citizen.
That's why we encourage our majors to make the most of their college years by getting involved with student organizations, studying abroad, and seeking out opportunities for learning beyond the classroom.
There are hundreds of student organizations on campus, and we encourage you to get involved in clubs that suit all of your various interests. You can find information on all of the various clubs and organizations through Norse Sync.
There are two student organizations for English majors that will allow you to meet fellow students in your program and get more involved with the Department.
Sigma Tau Delta is an international honors fraternity for English scholars at the undergraduate level and beyond. The student-led organization hosts various events on campus and puts out two annual publications, The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle and The Sigma Tau Delta Review. If you want to learn more about the organization as a whole, please visit the Sigma Tau Delta website.
If you would like to apply for NKU's chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Omega, stop in LA 500 or contact Dr. Andrea Gazzaniga.
AEGS is a national organization focused on giving graduate-level English scholars a way to connect and engage with one another. NKU's AEGS chapter is known for the colloquium it hosts every year, allowing NKU students from a variety of disciplines a chance to present their research and creative works.
If you would like to learn more about AEGS or to apply, contact Dr. Jessica Hindman.