Association of College Honor Societies


Kappa Mu Epsilon


Admitted to ACHS: 1968

Founded at Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, April 18, 1931

No of Active Chapters: 150

Total Membership: 82814

Number of Regions: 6

Publications: The Pentagon

PURPOSE: To further the interests of mathematics in those schools which place their primary emphasis on the undergraduate program; to recognize and honor outstanding scholastic achievement of undergraduate students in mathematics.

ELIGIBILITY: Active members must be or have been a faculty member or a regularly enrolled student at an institution which has a Kappa Mu Epsilon Chapter; must have completed at least three semesters (or five quarters) of college courses and rank in the upper thirty-five percent of his/her class; must have completed at least three college courses in mathematics including at least one semester (or two quarters) of calculus and attained an average of B or better in all mathematics courses.

MAJOR ACTIVITIES: The local chapters plan their programs for the regular meetings which provide opportunities for members to present papers and hear visiting lecturers. Local chapters often award scholarships and other awards. Student papers selected from those submitted by the chapters are presented at the national biennial convention and at regional meetings.

OFFICIAL CONTACT: Brian Hollenbeck, President, Department of Mathematics and Economics, Emporia State Univerity, Emporia, KS 66801

Tel: (620) 343-8631  Fax: (620) 341-6055

Email: [email protected]  

Updated: 10/13/2017