Honor Societies and Groups
Joining honor societies and organizations is a good way to build and maintain your network, both as a student and a professional. North Park University hosts chapters of two national honor societies for business and nonprofit students, and also offers the opportunity to earn the Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) credential for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Peruse our upcoming events and networking opportunities for other ways to build connections. You can also join the School of Business and Nonprofit Management group on LinkedIn or follow Dean Wesley Lindahl on Twitter for more updates and opportunities.
Business Honor Society: Delta Mu Delta
Delta Mu Delta (DMD) is the international honor society in business accredited through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. DMD provides yearly scholarships, leadership opportunities, and networking avenues. You may be eligible for this society as a current graduate student with a GPA of 3.75 or higher and if you have completed at least half of your degree coursework. New members are invited to an induction ceremony each spring. North Park’s faculty advisor for this honor society is Dr. Lee Sundholm.
For more information, visit Delta Mu Delta’s website.
Nonprofit Honor Society: Nu Lambda Mu
The Nu Lambda Mu chapter is a special national honor society for graduate students specifically in nonprofit programs. You may be eligible for this honor society as a current graduate student at North Park with a GPA of 3.7 or higher and if you have completed at least half of your degree coursework. Apply for membership by completing the application form (also available in the SBNM office). Our faculty advisor for Nu Lambda Mu is Dr. Pier Rogers.
For more information, visit Nu Lambda Mu online.