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Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

Beta Rho Honors Society

Beta Rho is a chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association Undergraduate Honors Society. 


Major or Minor: Communication Studies, Advertising/Public Relations, Journalism, Advocacy and Social Change or Film and Digital Media Studies;

Complete: 45 hours of undergraduate study and 12 hours of Communication courses; and

Have at least: 3.25 cumulative GPA and 3.5 cumulative GPA in major

Beta Rho Mission:
As the only active organization at Loyola University Chicago geared towards academically advanced communication majors, it stands as Beta Rho’s number one priority to recognize, foster and award those students who have pushed their talents and ability farther than that which is required from them.  Beta Rho also serves the Loyola community by stimulating interest in the communication field, promoting members’ ideas; establishing and maintaining closer relationships and mutual understanding between faculty and members of the organization.

Upon graduation you will be decorated with a pin and handed a certificate to commemorate the completion of your career as a Communication honors student. You will have developed lasting relationships with fellow Beta Rhos, community members of Chicago, and business professionals. In essence, you will graduate already being immersed in Chicago’s communication community instead of simply being thrown into it.

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2014 Leadership

President: Joaquin Carrig: jcarrig1@luc.edu

Vice President: Juan Gabriel Perez (Gabe): jperez11@luc.edu

Faculty Adviser: Dr. Seung Chul-Yoo: syoo3@luc.edu