As an international honor society, the Delta Epsilon Tau was established to recognize the achievements of individuals who worked diligently to acquire new knowledge and skills from an accredited distance learning institution.
Any Columbia Southern University alumni with a bachelor's or master's degree.
Delta, D, is the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet, and is symbolized by a triangle. This International Honor Society unites three groups: students, institutions and the Distance Education and Training Council.
Epsilon, E, the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet stands for education and distinction. The “E” in Epsilon begins the Latin word “educo or “educatum” and means to lead forth, to encourage aesthetic, mental, physical and moral development through instruction for business and the duties of life.
Tau, T, the nineteenth letter of the Greek alphabet means to instill good character. Tau brings recognition and praise for those who have worked with perseverance and successfully in their field of study.
The Torch of Knowledge represents the shining light of continuous and lifelong learning.
The Columbia Southern University (CSU) Chapter of the Delta Epsilon Tau Honor Society (DET) was established to recognize the extraordinary high academic achievements and leadership of CSU graduates.
CSU graduates must meet the following criteria to be invited to join DET:
CSU administrators submit names of potential inductees routinely to the DET President based on the current criteria for DET recognition.
Delta Epsilon Tau is officially sponsored by the:
Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC)
CSU Student Application