FHSU student inducted into the National Social Work Honor Society

Vincent Marshall
Dodge City Daily Globe
Fort Hays State University Bachelor of Social Work student Jayden Garcia of Dodge City, was inducted into the Epsilon Omicron Chapter of the Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society.

Jayden Garcia of Dodge City, a Fort Hays State University Bachelor of Social Work student, has been inducted into the Epsilon Omicron Chapter of the Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society as lifetime member.

According to FHSU, the honor is the highest honor a student can receive in social work education.

With over 400 chapters across the United States, Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education for social workers and invites into membership those who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work.

According to the Phi Alpha Honor Society, its purpose is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and to promote humanitarian goals and ideals.

To be inducted into Phi Alpha, students need to attain academic excellence and dedicate themselves to action of service to humanity.

Students must declare as social work majors to qualify for membership and achieve senior status in the social work program, while maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.25 in both social work courses and an overall GPA of 3.25.

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