The Honor Society Museum is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the illustrious 200+ year history of honor societies. Learn more about the cultural phenomenon which helped shape academia over the past three centuries.
Mission: The Honor Society Museum is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the illustrious 200+ year history of honor societies. Learn more about the cultural phenomenon which helped shape academia over the past three centuries.
History: The Honor Society Museum’s goal is to preserve the rich history of what honor societies of the past represented. The museum showcases artifacts from the early days of honor societies including watch keys, invitations, pocket watches, diplomas and personal photos of honor society members in history.
Education: The Honor Society Museum is focused on educating people on what it meant to be part of historical honor societies as well as what current honor societies do for members. It takes visitors on a journey from the 1700’s through to the present day of what honor societies stand for today.
Exhibits: The Honor Society Museum has exhibits of items dating back to the 1700’s. The artifacts represent the various ways members show affiliation with their society. From keys of the past to honor stoles of today, the displays pay tribute to the pride people held and continue to hold for being a part of their honor society.
Events & Programs
Member Nights are an amazing way for our Honor Society members in their local area to meet up, network, learn and grow together in an environment that expands their personal and professional, as well as academic, growth. If you happen to have a local chapter established already–even better!
The Honor Society Museum believes in preserving the rich history, values, and traditions of honor societies from both the past and present. Many of the accolades and awards displayed in our Museum date back to the 1700-1800’s.
By combining the global reach of modern technology with the fascinating history of societies that set the course for success, we can preserve the accomplishments of the leaders of our past and educate the leaders of tomorrow.