College of Music

Pi Kappa Lambda is an honor society dedicated to fostering scholarly interest in the theoretical and historical aspects of music and to the pursuit of eminent achievement in performance, composition, music education, music therapy, and research. Pi Kappa Lambda was founded in 1918 and established the Phi Chapter at the University in 1943. New members are chosen once a year based on scholarly achievement and musicianship. Juniors must be in the top ten percent (10%) of the class; seniors, in the top twenty percent (20%); graduate students must have an "A" in at least two-thirds of their courses.

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