Allied Health Organizations

Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society

Mercy College sponsors a chapter of the Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society to reward intellectual accomplishment, character and leadership.

Alpha Eta National Allied Health Honor Society

The purpose is to recognize scholarship in Allied Health Programs. Associate degree, baccalaureate, and postdegree certificate graduates who have maintained and overall scholarship average of 3.5 or better while enrolled in an Allied Health Program are eligible for membership. No more than 20% of the graduating class of a specified program shall be invited to membership. It is the intent of the Society to recognize potential and actual professional attainments. Demonstrated academic, scholarly and clinical excellence are part of the criteria for membership.

The following academic programs offer students the opportunity to participate in the appropriate professional organization that promotes professional consciousness:

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Mercy College of Health Sciences has been transforming students into healthcare professionals since 1899. Located in downtown Des Moines, Iowa, we offer master's degreesbachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, certificate programs, and continuing education courses.

Mercy College is the only private Catholic college in central Iowa and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), in addition to numerous programmatic accreditors.

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