College of Education

Student Organizations

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society is committed to recognizing academic excellence and fostering mutual cooperation, support, and professional growth for educational professionals. The Honor Society is open to undergraduate students who are juniors and seniors in the field of education and who possess a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher. Additionally, graduate students who have earned a minimum of 6 credit hours and who possess a cumulative grade point average of 3.80 are eligible for membership.

Organization Contacts: Dr. Nakeisha Williams, 235 Proctor Hall, 336-334-4419,

Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE)

The Student North Carolina Association of Educators is a pre-professional organization for undergraduate and graduate students interested in a career in education. SNCAE is a division of the larger North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE), the leading professional organization for educators in North Carolina, representing over 65,000 members of the National Education Association, the largest education association in the United States. SNCAE’s goal is to prepare college students for their futures as educators. Through NCAE, workshops are offered free of charge in areas such as No Child Left Behind, PRAXIS preparation, Diversity in the Classroom, and Classroom Management for the New Teacher. Local chapters provide support with job interviewing skills, resume writing, student teaching, and advice for the first year teaching. A spring convention is held each year at which SNCAE members can attend professional workshops, vote on an executive board for the upcoming year, and network with other future educators. If you are a future educator in the state of North Carolina, join your professional organization, SNCAE, and make a difference with today’s youth!

Organization Contact: Dr. Tyrette Carter, 274 Proctor Hall, 336-285-4411,

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is an organization designed specifically for those students in education who have an interest in working with children who have special needs. However, the organization is not limited to special education majors. All students in education are eligible to participate in CEC.

Organization Contact: Dr. Nicole Dobbins, 270 Proctor Hall, 336-285-4413,