Cortland has a chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honorary. Undergraduate students who have completed at least 10 credit hours of work in political science, including one course not open to students in the first two years of college work, are eligible. Candidates must have an average grade of 3.0 or higher in all courses in political science and maintain general scholarship sufficient to place them in the upper third of their college classes.
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Students interested in participating in politics-related activities outside the classroom can join the Political Science Association. With assistance from a faculty adviser, the Political Science Association secures funding from the Student Government Association to sponsor a number of extra-curricular events involving students and faculty.
This student-run organization participates in a wide variety of activities, including sponsoring talks, issues debates, conducting surveys, social activities involving students and faculty, and trips to Washington D.C. All are welcome to participate. The club maintains a mailbox in the department main office. If you would like more information, please contact the departmental secretary Deborah Dintino at Deborah.Dintino@cortland.edu