Thursday, November 11, 2010

Epsilon Omega Epsilon

Epsilon Omega Epsilon (EOE) was established at Texas Woman’s University in 2009 to be the national honor society for students in higher education pursuing a degree through distance education.

The first group of qualified students was invited to join in the spring 2010 semester, and on May 3, 200 TWU students were inducted into EOE as its inaugural members. The first group of officers was elected shortly thereafter. This fall, over 140 new members will be inducted as new members, giving the TWU chapter over 300 members. EOE hopes to add more nationwide chapters beginning spring 2011.

For more information about Epsilon Omega Epsilon including its history, vision, the membership criteria and process as well as a list of current members and officers, please visit the EOE website, or contact one of the advisors.