Honorary Organizations



Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED)

National Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Professional Honors Society
Purpose: To provide professional guidance and networking

Alpha Lambda Delta

National Freshman Honors Society
Purpose: National honor society for Freshmen honoring high academic achievement in the first year of college.

Beta Beta Beta

National Biological Honor Society
Purpose: To promote research among undergraduate students

UNO Honors Council

Purpose: To challenge academically astute students, offer a curriculum that will prepare them for their respective fields and reward those motivated and competitive enough to achieve high academic goals

Kappa Delta Epsilon

National Honorary Educational Society
Purpose: To support the cause of education by fostering a spirit of fellowship and scholastic attainment of its members

Omega Delta Sigma

National Honorary Society for Veterans
Purpose: To provide services to UNO's student veteran population and assisting members in navigating the often confusing and stressful transition from member of the armed forces to student veteran

Omicron Delta Kappa

National Leadership Honor Society
Purpose: To promote leadership, academics, and activity both in the community and in the university

Psi Chi

Psychology Honor Society
Purpose: To encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology

Sigma Gamma Epsilon

National Honor Society for Earth Sciences
Purpose: To network with a local group of scholars on campus and hone critical leadership and business skills while giving back to the community through service hours

Tau Beta Pi (Louisiana Epsilon)

Purpose: To recognize accomplishments among engineering students and professionals, celebrate exemplary people and their important engineering contributions to society, and champion engineering as a highly valued career.

Tau Sigma Honor Society

Purpose: To recognize the academic achievement of the most outstanding undergraduate transfer students at the University of New Orleans.