College of Arts & Sciences

Theta Alpha Kappa
The National Honor Society for Religious Studies and Theology

Seton Hall Chapter: Alpha Omicron  

The Seton Hall chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa (TAK) is hosted and supported by the Department of Religion. TAK's mission is to honor and promote academic excellence in the disciplines of religious and theological studies.  Members include undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty.
 
TAK sponsors a number of social activities and academic events throughout the year.  A new-member induction ceremony is held at the end of every spring semester.        
 
TAK membership is open to all students in:

  • Religion
  • Theology
  • Catholic Studies 

or in any other field/discipline meeting the following eligibility requirements:
  1. You must have completed (or are about to complete) at least THREE semesters at Seton Hall University.
  2. You must have completed (or are about to complete) at least FOUR courses in Religion, Theology, and/or Catholic Studies (with a minimum GPA of 3.5).
  3. Your overall undergraduate GPA at Seton Hall is at least 3.0.

 
TAK News
 
Pedro Repollet (B.A. in Catholic Theology, Class of 2011) has been elected the new student president of TAK for 2009-2010!  Congratulations Pedro!
 
Photos from our recent new-member induction ceremony, Friday, April 24, 2009:

 
TAK

TAK Group

 

From left to right: James Harris '10, Pedro Repollet '11, Kathryn Sheldon '08, Eilish Harrington '08, Anastasia Patrignani '09, Jeremy Slate '09, and Era Murzaku '10
 

 

 

 

 

From top left to right: Dr. Charles Carter, Dr. Gisela Webb, Dr. Peter Ahr, Rev. Douglas Milewski, Dr. Anthony Sciglitano, Dr. KC Choi, Dr. John Burk, and Ms. Danute Nourse
From bottom left to right: Era Murzaku '10, Jeremy Slate '09, Anastasia Patrignani '09, Eilish Harrington '08, Kathryn Sheldon '08, Pedro Repollet '11, and James Harris '10

 

The Seton Hall chapter plans to network with other TAK societies in the Northern New Jersey/New York City Area, such as St. John's University in Jamaica, Queens.
 
Any questions or interest in applying for membership, please contact:
Dr. KC Choi, TAK Faculty Advisor
Department of Religious Studies
Fahy Hall Room 252
(973) 761-9481
choikijo@shu.edu  
 
Additional information on TAK »

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Department of Religion
(973) 761-9480
Fahy Hall Rm. 322

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