Welcome to the Golden Key International Honour Society chapter for Ashford University! As an Ashford University student, you deserve recognition for your academic achievements and contributions.
Mandy Aldridge, Registrar Advisor
Ben Gothia, Student Development & Engagement Specialist
Dr. Mihaela Tanasescu, Executive Dean, College of Health, Human Services & Science
Dr. Suzanne Power, Executive Dean, College of Liberal Arts
Patricia Niemann, Campus Career Services Specialist
Dr. Charlie Minnick, Dean, College of Business & Professional Studies
Dr. Andrew Shean, Executive Dean of the College of Education
Dr. Michael Reilly, Executive Dean of the College of Business and Professional Studies
George Sztajer, Assistant Professor
Dr. Amy Kramer, Assistant Professor
Edward Gall, Assistant Professor
Jason Woods, Director of Admissions
Sister Theresa Judge, Professor
Joseph Allen, Director of Student Development & Engagement
Dr. Rebecca Wardlow, Ashford University Provost
Sister William McCue, Professor
Dr. Martinelle Bonnell, Academic Coach for Student Success
Brooke Judkins, Associate University Registrar
Dr. Cynthia Martinek, Associate Dean
Dr. Barbara Philibert, Dean of the College of Health, Human Services, and Science
Dr. Michael Wiseman, Professor
Dr. Elizabeth Tice, Ashford University Provost (former)
Kimberly Jones, Student Affairs Manager
Vanessa Schoenherr, Student Development & Engagement Specialist
Waunita Sullivan, Director of Student Success
Dr. William Woods, Associate Professor, College of Business and Professional Studies
Golden Key is the world's premier collegiate honor society, recognizing outstanding academic achievement and connecting high-achieving individuals locally, regionally, and globally with lifetime opportunity, reward, and success. Golden Key International Honour Society was founded on November 29, 1977, to recognize academic excellence and encourage scholastic achievement among college students across all academic disciplines.
Golden Key has over 400 chapters at universities and colleges in Australia, Canada, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, The Bahamas, and the United States of America.
Read the official constitution of the Ashford University Chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society.
The Ashford chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society was established on Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Charter members are:
- Dr. Elizabeth Tice, Ashford University Provost (former)
- Kimberly Jones, Student Affairs Manager (former)
- Vanessa Schoenherr, Student Development & Engagement Specialist
- Waunita Sullivan, Director of Student Success
- Dr. William Woods, Associate Professor, College of Business and Professional Studies
Membership in Golden Key is by invitation only and open to all eligible Ashford University students.
To qualify for membership in Golden Key International Honour Society, currently enrolled students must meet the following criteria as of January 1 or July 1 (effective 2012):
- Be in the top 15% of your undergraduate class (sophomore, junior, and senior Bachelor's degree-seeking students), based on GPA by modality (online or campus based).
- Be a top-performing graduate student, based on GPA, and have completed at least 12 credits of graduate coursework.
Membership in Golden Key requires a one-time lifetime membership fee of $80 paid at the time of acceptance.
All members receive a certificate suitable for framing.
Through Golden Key International Honour Society:
The Society offers members valuable opportunities for individual growth through leadership, career development, networking, and community service. In addition, $1,000,000 in awards and scholarships are available to members annually.
Members also have access to graduate school and study abroad search engines, as well as other unique product discounts.
For more information about the Golden Key International Honour Society, please visit Golden Key's website. To purchase additional keepsakes, visit the Golden Key online store.
Through Ashford University:
Any Golden Key member who participates in the Ashford University commencement ceremony will be distinguished as a Golden Key member by wearing Golden Key regalia. Induction must be completed at least one week prior to commencement in order to receive regalia.
An Honors Recognition Event takes place the weekend of Commencement to recognize honor society inductees and those graduating with honors. View photos from the events. (Please note you must have a Facebook account and be logged in to access photos.)
Contact the Golden Key Advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org.