FHU's Alpha Chi Chapter Inducts Twelve New Members
Twelve Freed-Hardeman University students were inducted into the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society in a ceremony Monday, Nov. 14, in the lobby of the Brown-Kopel Business Center.
The goal of Alpha Chi is “to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students and to honor those who achieve such distinction.” Invitations for membership into Alpha Chi are extended to juniors and seniors who have a good reputation, are in the upper ten percent of their class and have cumulative GPAs of 3.75 on 80 or more credit hours.
The following students were inducted into Alpha Chi: Leslie Cody, senior criminal justice major from Milan, Tenn.; Allie Martin, senior English major from Florence, Ala.; Clay Leonard, senior Bible major with minors in Spanish and New Testament Greek from Valdosta, Ga.; Haley Danner; Heather McCray, junior Spanish and missions major from Fredericksburg, Va.; Adam Currence, senior Bible major from Warren, Ark.; Anthony Gleghorn, senior Bible major from Fayetteville, Tenn.; Mark Shiers, senior Bible major from Henderson, Tenn.; Cathy Combs, a junior biology major from Paragould, Ark.; Zachary Rose, senior computer science major from Florence, Ala.; Skylar Singleton, junior elementary education major from Monterey, Tenn.; and Emily King, senior accounting major from Newbern, Tenn.