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Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society
Directors of Student Support Services, McNair Scholars, Educational Opportunity Programs, and developmental programs at many colleges and universities have hailed its formation. The National Association for Developmental Education (NADE) has officially endorsed Chi Alpha Epsilon as an honor society for developmental education students. The Council for Opportunity in Education is also encouraging participation.
The honor society also has the potential to be a significant political force in the support of funding for developmental studies and educational opportunity programs nationwide.
Alumni who graduate with a 3.0 or better cumulative average prior to the formation of a campus chapter may, once chapter is founded, be organized into graduate chapters.
Each semester, the EOF/MAP office will contact eligible students to inform them of their opportunity to join Chi Alpha Epsilon.