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Student Clubs and Organizations

  • The Athletic Training Student Club of California University promotes excellence in the field of athletic training through education and practical applications. It also encourages interactions between student athletic trainers and the general student body as well as assists students in better accessing the job market through external organizations.
  • Kappa Omicron Nu KON) is a national honor society that represents specializations in the Human Sciences. Kappa Omicron Nu is committed to recognizing and encouraging individuals seeking a lifelong commitment to an exceptional standard of ethics and scholarship.  Kappa Omicron Nu consists of more than 142,000 members worldwide, has 96 active chapters, and 3 alumni chapters/clubs.  Kappa Omicron Nu has been a member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS) since 1951 became founded in 1990 when two honor societies 1) Omicron Nu (1951) and 2) Nu Omicron Phi (1972) merged to become one national honor society known as KON. For an overview of Kappa Omicron Nu, please refer to the following website: http://www.achsnatl.org/society.asp?Society=kon.
  • The mission of the organization is to recognize and encourage excellence in scholarship, research, and leadership development in the human sciences.  The men and women who qualify for membership in Kappa Omicron Nu have distinguished themselves with notable achievement.  To be eligible for membership an individual must have made a distinctive contribution to the profession, earned one or more degrees in the health sciences, and maintained a minimum undergraduate and graduate 3.5 GPA and be in the top 25%.  Membership into Kappa Omicron Nu recognizes the outstanding effort and dedication of such individuals.

    Inductions occur annually in the spring semester.  Any student in the human sciences that meet the KON criterion and attend Cal U may contact the President or Adviser of Nu Omicron and complete an application.  All applications will be reviewed in early January.   Eligible inductees will be notified by the President and will be invited to attend the spring induction ceremony. Cal U chapter (Nu Omicron) was awarded Outstanding Chapter 2 years and Dr. Joni Cramer Roh was awarded as Outstanding Advisor.

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