Benefits and Resources
Theta Chi Alpha is proud to recognize two-year college student-athletes who excel both in and out of competition. All inductees receive an induction certificate to commemorate their impressive achievements; however, there are numerous ways that Theta Chi Alpha inductees can showcase and celebrate their membership in the National College Athlete Honor Society.
Graduation recognition items including bronze medallions, cords, and lapel pins are available for purchase in the Theta Chi Alpha online store.
Bronze Medallion $10
Graduation Cords $10
Lapel Pin $5
One of the cornerstone goals of the National College Athlete Honor Society is to create an opportunity for high-achieving student-athletes to form life-long connections through an educational and athletic fraternal association. To that end, Theta Chi Alpha provides an online forum for student-athletes and advisors to network and discuss a variety of topics, including career and study resources, guest speakers, best practices, and more.
Membership Verification Letters
Inductees may verfity their membership in Theta Chi Alpha with a letter from Kellen Wells-Mangold, Executive Director of the National College Athlete Honor Society. Please contact Kellen directly by emailing email@example.com for more information.
Theta Chi Alpha will announce its first-ever National Scholar-Athletes of the Year in 2022. Each summer, the organization will recognize one male and one female student-athlete who have demonstrated academic and athletic achievement, as well as service and leadership both on-campus and in the community. Nominees must be Theta Chi Alpha inductees who have maintained a minimum of a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average (GPA) throughout their collegiate careers and demonstrated how their experiences as scholar-athletes have influenced and empowered them to be successful after graduation.
Induction into Theta Chi Alpha is an excellent honor to include on a resume as student-athletes apply for internships and embark on their post-collegiate careers. Inductees are encouraged to list their membership in Theta Chi Alpha on their personal resumes, LinkedIn accounts, and any other relevant locations to proudly share this impressive achievement.