Kappa Delta Epsilon: Kappa Delta Epsilon was founded in 1933 as a sister organization of Kappa Phi Kappa, a professional educational fraternity for men. KDE was established as a national honorary professional organization for women. In 1978, the name of the organization was changed from sorority to society, and men were allowed into membership. For more information, visit the Kapp Delta Epsilon Web Site.
Phi Kappa Phi: The primary objective of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is the recognition and encouragement of superior scholarship in all academic disciplines. By drawing its membership from all fields of study with the academic institution, Phi Kappa Phi also serves as a unifying force in higher education. For more information, visit the Phi Kappa Phi Web Site.
SPAGE: The Student Professional Association of Georgia Educators (SPAGE) was organized by the PAGE Foundation in 1987. Its members are college students who are in teacher preparation programs throughout the state. In the last ten years, SPAGE membership has grown from several hundred to over 9,000. For more information, visit the SPAGE Web Site.
SGAE: The Student Georgia Association of Educators, a pre-professional program, helps prepare education majors for a brighter professional future. Open to all education majors, SGAE is designed to provide college students with the opportunity to make their voice heard locally, statewide, and nationally through activities that affect their chosen profession -- teaching. For more information, visit the SGAE Web Site.