Founded in 1915 at Marquette University, Alpha Sigma Nu recognizes students and alumni who excel in their academic pursuits and in their loyalty to the values of their Jesuit education and service to others. The Campion College chapter was founded in 2006.
To be invited to apply, students must place in the top 15% of their class and submit an essay by which they document their scholarship, loyalty and service.
Other chapters include all 27 American Jesuit Colleges and Universities, along with Regis University in Toronto, Sogang University in Seoul, and Loyola University Andalucia in Europe.
ASN celebrated its centennial in 2015. Watch the video to find out more about this prestigious international organization.
The Campion College Alpha Sigma Nu Journal is published by the Campion College Chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the international honour society for Jesuit institutions of higher learning.
The journal celebrates the scholarship of students in courses taken at Campion College. Scholarship is one of the three ideals of Jesuit education, along with loyalty and service. The student papers have been recommended for publication in the journal by the Campion professors in the courses for which they were written. Other submissions are approved by the editors of the journal.