Membership is open to undergraduate students in the College of Arts and
Sciences and in exceptional circumstances (as described below) to students
enrolled in undergraduate professional degree programs.
The following students in the College of Arts and Sciences are eligible for membership:
1. Students who have completed at least 75 semester hours of graded academic course work taken at UNC-CH with a quality point average of at least 3.850.
2. Students who have completed at least 105 semester academic course hours (which include at least 45 semester hours of graded course work taken at UNC-CH) with a quality point average of at least 3.750. No grades made at an institution from which a student has transferred shall be included in determining a student's eligibility.
The quality point average shall include all academic course work taken and counted at UNC-CH toward the candidate's degree. Physical activity course hours and grades shall not be included. Grades and hours received on courses taken after the candidate has received his or her degree also shall not be counted.
Students that have studied abroad and received TREQ credits may not have all of their credits counted appropriately by the Registrar Office's automated system. Affected students are encouraged to send a message to Wanda Wallace (firstname.lastname@example.org) including their PID.
STUDENTS IN UNDERGRADUATE PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS. Undergraduate students not enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences who meet the general semester hours and quality point average described in No. 2 above and who have completed at least 90 semester hours of course work in the departments and curricula of the College of Arts and Sciences (or their equivalents accepted for transfer credit from other institutions) are eligible for election.
Students are AUTOMATICALLY considered for eligibility unless they have credits from a study abroad program.
Interested students who are unsure of their eligibility should send a message to Wanda Wallace (email@example.com) that includes their PID.