Student Organizations

World Language Society

WLS members sell Costa Rican shaved ice at PSU's 2012 Earth Jam.

The World Language Society embraces various cultures while encouraging diversity and heightening awareness of social differences. Majors, minors, and other language students are encouraged to join and participate in various activities, which include International Week, field trips, meals, and fundraisers.

The World Language Society meets on a weekly basis and new members are always welcome! Come see what we are about on Wednesdays at 8:00 PM in Hyde Hall, room 221A.

Contact our officers for more information:

Davis Dodge, President
Jake Morgan, Vice President
Sara Lamagdeleine, Treasurer

Phi Sigma Iota

Phi Sigma Iota is the international foreign language honor society. It recognizes outstanding ability and high standards in students and faculty of foreign languages, literatures and cultures (including classics, linguistics, philology, comparative literature, ESL, bilingual education and second language acquisition). It is the highest academic honor in the field of foreign languages. Phi Sigma Iota has initiated over 60,000 members since its foundation in 1917, and it has created and supports numerous scholarship programs.

Juniors and seniors who achieve a 3.0 GPA or higher in their foreign language major or minor are nominated to Phi Sigma Iota at Plymouth State.

Contact Dr. Barbara Lopez-Mayhew for more information.

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Department of Languages & Linguistics

Hyde Hall
Room 222
Phone: 603-535-2304
(Lisa Herder, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: 603-535-2780

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #49
Plymouth, NH 03264