We have five organizations for students who want to be more involved with Classics and Letters. Look for their meetings on our events page.
The Archaeological Institute of America is recognized throughout the world as one of the finest organizations in the country devoted to archeology and the classics as a whole. The Oklahoma chapter sponsors several events during the year, so be sure to check this page for the latest information. For more information, contact Farland Stanley Jr., President of the Oklahoma chapter.
The Classical Archaeology Society cultivates students' interest in archaeology and the classical world by providing them with many opportunities for learning and engaging with the archaeological community. Contact Dr. Farland Stanley for more information.
The Constitutional Studies Student Association is a student group affiliated with the IACH and its curriculum. The CSSA provides a fun, intellectual community with student-led programming. To join, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook page.
Eta Sigma Phi. This prestigious national honor society for students of the Classics sponsors many exciting events. While there are some prerequisites and a fee to join Eta Sigma Phi, the organization's national prestige and connections make it a must for those seriously studying the Classics. For more information, contact Dr. Rachel Knudsen, the faculty sponsor.
The Letters Student Association provides an opportunity for Letters majors to get to know each other. They regularly sponsor workshops on career planning, preparation for graduate school, and other topics of interest to Letters students. For more information, contact Dr. Rebecca Huskey, the faculty sponsor.