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H

ONOR

F

RATERNITIES AND

S

ORORITIES

Several organizations with local, state, and national affiliation are open to graduate students at

Hardin-Simmons University. Membership is earned by achievement or standing.

Alpha Kappa Psi, Eta Kappa Chapter, national professional business fraternity

Alpha Mu Gamma, Gamma Zeta Chapter, national collegiate foreign language honor

society

Kappa Delta Pi, Xi Sigma Chapter, national society in education

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, Theta Lambda Chapter, national professional male music

fraternity

Pi Gamma Mu, Texas Theta Chapter, international social science fraternity

Pi Kappa Lambda, national music honor society

Sigma Alpha Iota, Gamma Phi Chapter, international professional fraternity for women in

music

Sigma Delta Pi, Beta Sigma Chapter, national Spanish honor society

Sigma Tau Delta, Xi Epsilon Chapter, national literary fraternity

Psi Chi, national honor society in psychology, open to majors and minors who meet GPA

requirements

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DMISSION

E

NTRANCE

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EQUIREMENTS

Completed Bachelor’s Degree

Admission to HSU Graduate Study requires a completed bachelor’s degree from a regionally

accredited college or university. The degree must contain a minimum of 42 advanced semester

hours (courses designed for juniors and seniors). Hours given for life experience may not be

counted toward the 42-hour requirement. Students presenting degrees with less than 42 advanced

hours must satisfy all other entrance requirements and complete sufficient undergraduate upper-

level hours before they may be admitted.

Each student must submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.

Test Scores

Official test scores, if required, must be transmitted to the Office of Graduate Studies directly from

the testing service. Some programs do not require the GRE or GMAT if the student meets the

academic requirements for full or provisional admission.

Degree Admissions Criteria

Specific admissions criteria are listed in the degree program sections of the catalog.

A

PPLICATION

P

ROCESS

Time Limit for Application

Application materials and credentials will be retained by the Office of Graduate Studies for one

year past the semester for which the application is made.

Application Materials

Materials submitted for application are confidential. Students should not request copies of

transcripts, test scores, or letters of recommendation from the Office of Graduate Studies or the

Office of the Registrar. Requests for these documents should be directed to the university, person,

or testing agency from which the document originated.