Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Phi Delta Kappa
The Graduate School of Education and Psychology has a local chapter of this international, honorary fraternity of educators. Phi Delta Kappa is open to men and women selected for their scholarship, professional dedication, and acceptance of responsibilities in research and community service. The fraternity sponsors the project, "Tres Escuelas Hermanas," a cooperative program involving three schools who exchange artwork, e-mails, and teacher resources: one school in Mexico, one in Riverside County, and one in Los Angeles County. Membership carries many benefits, including meetings that often feature informative panels and speakers and a subscription to Kappan magazine.
Pepperdine's Graduate School of Education and Psychology has had an active chapter of this national honor society in psychology for over fifty years. Members have the opportunity to participate in social and professional activities while being recognized for academic achievement. Membership is open to graduate psychology students who have earned a minimum of nine units with a cumulative grade point average of 3.7 or higher.