The Francophone Association, or l’Association Francophone, spreads francophone culture on Drew’s campus in the form of events and public announcements on social media. Its mission is to “provide cultural awareness to the student body at Drew University with French inspired meetings and events,” such as Soirées de Crêpes, goûters in Mead Hall, French career nights, Honors thesis preparation meetings, and movie nights. Everyone is welcome to participate in the club’s events, regardless of French-language background.
The National French Honor Society Pi Delta Phi was established to recognize outstanding scholarship in French Language and Francophone Literatures.Membership into Pi Delta Phi is an earned honor. Members must have enrolled in at least one semester of an upper-division French course and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in French and an overall GPA of 3.0.An invitation to join Pi Delta Phi demonstrates outstanding academic performance and will be celebrated with an induction ceremony held on campus in spring. Upon graduation, the student will graduate with “Honors.”
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