Freeport campus celebrates three Tau Upsilon Alpha inductees

Columbia College of Missouri-Freeport

May 31, 2013

From left to right: Constance Allen, Nicole Heyen, Campus Director Sarah Brinkmeier and Kristin Dehaven.
The Freeport campus recently held a ceremony marking the induction of three students to Tau Upsilon Alpha National Organization for Human Service Honor Society. The May 22 event recognized Constance Allen, Nicole Heyen and Kristin Dehaven for their excellence in human services academics.

"As the first class inducted into TUA at the Freeport campus, it was exciting to see our students taking advantage of membership to this nationally recognized honor society," says Sarah Brinkmeier, Freeport campus director. "I look forward to welcoming many more inductees in the future!"

The Columbia College chapter of Tau Upsilon Alpha, Alpha Nu, was formed in 2012. To be eligible for induction, students must have a minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA and be in the top 35% of their class. Students in an associate degree program must have completed at least 12 credit hours in courses leading to the associate degree. Students in a baccalaureate degree program must have completed at least the equivalent of three full-time semesters or five full-time quarters of courses leading to the baccalaureate degree. Members must also agree to abide by the NOHS (National Organization for Human Services) Code of Ethics and show evidence of awareness of the value of leadership and service to a successful career in the human services