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Eligibility for Sigma Theta Tau International membership

Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society
 

Undergraduate Students must

 

  • have completed ½ of the nursing curriculum (eligible in the Junior II semester in the traditional option of the Undergraduate program at UW Oshkosh);
  • achieve academic excellence (at schools where a 4.0 grade point average system is used, this equates to a 3.0 or higher);
  • meet the expectation of academic integrity.

Registered Nurse Students must

 

  • have completed 12 credit hours at current school;
  • have completed ½ of the nursing curriculum;
  • achieve academic excellence (at schools where a 4.0 grade point average system is used, this equates to a 3.0 or higher);
  • meet the expectation of academic integrity.

Graduate Students (Master's and Doctorate) must

 

  • have completed ¼ of the nursing curriculum;
  • achieve academic excellence (at schools where a 4.0 grade point average system is used, this equates to a 3.5 or higher);
  • meet the expectation of academic integrity.

Nurse Leader Candidates must

 

  • be legally recognized to practice nursing in his/her country;
  • have a minimum of a baccalaureate degree or the equivalent in any field;
  • demonstrate achievement in nursing. 


Application Process

  • An e-mail will be sent out each year early in the Spring semester to students who have reached the point in the program where they are eligible to apply.
  • Following an evaluation of the submitted credentials, potential members are notified by the Chapter regarding their acceptance. Additional information regarding completing the application process will be given at that time.
  • New members are invited to participate in an induction ceremony held April each year.

For more information mcnielp@uwosh.edu

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