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MJC's Communication Studies Department is home to the Alpha Kappa chapter of Sigma Chi Eta, the National Communication Association's honor society for two-year colleges.
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Sigma Chi Eta was established by the National Communication Association in 2000 to recognize students at the community college level who are dedicated to enhancing their understanding of and contributions to the field of Communication. MJC's Alpha Kappa chapter was founded in 2010.
Members in Sigma Chi Eta are eligible to represent Modesto Junior College’s chapter at local, regional, and national conventions. These conventions offer a wealth of professional resources to help you achieve your academic and professional goals.
Inductees receive the following membership items:
All applicants must fulfill the following requirements at the time of application:
Interested in applying for Sigma Chi Eta but want more information? Check out the handout here: Sigma Chi Eta Flyer (.pdf)
Ready to apply?
Have questions? Email the faculty advisor, Communication Studies Professor Leslie Collins, here: CollinsL@yosemite.edu