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Delta Epsilon Iota

Delta Epsilon Iota (DEI) is the bridge between outstanding students and Career Services.
DEI’s mission is to educate members about career development, encourage
academic excellence, and promote the principles of dedication, enthusiasm,
and initiative in all aspects of campus life. Over the years, the Society
has embraced these values and is now one of the leading academic honor
societies serving higher education.

DEI provides students from all majors the opportunity to network with
employers and each other through career development, community service
and social activities. Members of the DEI chapter at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
regularly participate in professional development events and meetings.
In addition, members are encouraged to become active in the community
and on campus by volunteering.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Delta Epsilon Iota?
Delta Epsilon Iota is a national academic honor society that focuses
on the professional development of college students. DEI provides
students from all majors the opportunity to network with employers
and each other through career development, community service and
social activities. DEI works collaboratively with The Career Center
at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

How do I become a member?
Membership is primarily offered via invitation during the Spring
Semester to students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
All of our new members must be currently enrolled at UNO, have a
minimum GPA of 3.30, and have a minimum of 30 completed semester hours.

What is "active member" status?
Members of the DEI chapter at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
may maintain "active" status by attending meetings, professional
development events, and participating in community service events.
The UNO chapter has developed a point system to help members keep
track of their status. Members who are in active status at the time
of their graduation, receive complimentary DEI honor cords to wear
during their graduation ceremonies. Current DEI members can contact
the DEI President for more information about the point system.

What does my membership fee include?
Members pay a one-time fee of $68.00 for lifetime affiliation with
Delta Epsilon Iota. You will also receive a certificate of membership
and are eligible to participate in the activities, meetings, and events
associated with the UNO chapter. A significant portion of your membership
fee is reserved for scholarships at both the local and national level.

What activities does DEI participate in?
DEI members are the Academic and Career Development Center liaisons
and peer mentors. Members also participate in career preparation workshops
which include topics such as dining etiquette, interviewing skills and
networking. DEI members network with other members from all academic
disciplines and various employers and community leaders. In addition,
members are active volunteers both on-campus and in the community.