Foreign Language Student Organizations

Foreign Language Club

Join the Foreign Languages Club (FLAN Club) for multicultural social events, celebrations, and food! 

Contact: Dr. Rene Ibarra 

Sigma Delta Pi Honor Society

Sigma Delta Pi (ΣΔΠ) is a National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. Established November 14th  1919, at the University of California at Berkeley its motto is the Greek letters phrase “Spanías Didagéi Proágomen” meaning “Let’s go forth/continue forth under the teaching/guidance of the Spanish language.” 

Sigma Delta Pi, like its motto, honors those who have attained excellence in the study of the Spanish language, Spanish literature, and culture.  Honoring those who have made a Hispanic contribution to modern culture, Sigma Delta Pi encourages college students to acquire a deeper understanding of the Spanish language and its culture.  Friendly relations and mutual respect between nations of Hispanic speech and English speech is nurtured.  

Sigma Delta Pi, on Campbell University Campus, encourages students to practice their Spanish outside of the classroom to feel comfortable in the language, to grow in the understanding of the Hispanic culture, and to promote deeper intellectual growth through different opportunities and/or activities organized by Sigma Delta Pi.  

Interesting Facts

  • Its insignia is the royal seal of Fernando and Isabel, representing Castille, León, and Aragón.
  • Its colors are red and golden. 
  • Its flower is the red carnation. 


Academic Requirements for Undergraduate students

  • Completed at least three semesters of college coursework.
  • Completed at least 18 credits/units of college-level Spanish or the equivalent (by-passed college-level Spanish courses count toward the 18 credits/units required; candidates may be currently enrolled in the 6th course that constitutes the complete 18 credit hours in Spanish.
  • Of these 18 hours, have completed or currently enrolled in at least one course of Hispanic literature (Latin-American Literature or Spanish Literature, Latin-American Civilization, Spanish Civilization, Advanced Grammar, or Spanish Phonetics- if currently enrolled, the professor must email verification that your grade is at least a B average
  • Earned at least a 3.0 average in all completed college-level Spanish courses
  • Have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or better in all completed college courses


Faculty Advisor: Dr. V. Rene Ibarra