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Modern Languages and Literature
209.946.2291
Wendell Phillips Center Annex
Irene Santos
Administrative Assistant
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211
isantos@pacific.edu

Student Clubs and Societies

Language Honor Societies


The Modern Languages and Literature department has chapters of two national honor societies for students demonstrating outstanding work in a language, literature and culture:

  • Pi Delta Phi for French
  • Sigma Delta Pi for Spanish

In the spring, each society inducts new members in a ceremony and reception that celebrates the respective cultures.

Omega Eta Epsilon

Founded in 2011, Omega Eta Epsilon is a Greek-letter honor society unique to University of the Pacific, and is open to students who are majoring or minoring in any language, as well as to those students who are majoring in speech language pathology. The mission of Omega Eta Epsilon is to establish recognition and promote higher learning in linguistics, and bring community and friendship among members. Through philanthropy, Omega Ete Epsilon strives to promote the necessity and importance of advanced language and literacy in society.

All potential members of Omega Eta Epsilon must have an overall 3.0 GPA at the four-year university they are attending. Furthermore, the potential member must be majoring or minoring in any language, education with language/linguistic concentration, or SLP. Also, the potential member must have attended at least two recruitment events before being considered for membership. For further information regarding Omega Eta Epsilon, visit their Facebook page.

Language Clubs


French Club
Revived in Fall of 2014, Pacific's French Club celebrates la vie Francaise through film screenings, cultural events, field trips, and other social activities. Recent activities included a screening La Belle est La Bete (2014), with a costume parade and authentic French desserts, and a screening of Joyeux Noel, in memory of the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One. For more information on the French Club and its activities, please contact Prof. Cosana Eram.