Sigma Kappa Delta

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Sigma Kappa Delta is a collegiate honor society for students of English at two-year colleges. Currently, the organization has 110 chapters in the United States; members are eligible for scholarships and awards. The organization partners with Sigma Tau Delta to plan and promote their annual convention, and publishes an annual journal, Hedera helix.

Eligible for memberships are students currently enrolled in a two-year college with a Sigma Kappa Delta Chapter who have completed a minimum of one college course (excluding developmental courses) in English language or literature, with a grade no less than a B in English, and a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in general scholarship; they must have completed at least one semester or two quarters of college course work for a cumulative total of twelve semester hours.

The current executive director is Dr. Sheila Byrd of Calhoun Community College in Decatur, Alabama. The board includes Ms. Leigh Ann Rhea, President; Ms. Joan Reeves, President-Elect; Ms. Ariana Bianchi, Secretary/Historian; and Dr. John Pruitt, National Regent.

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