An honor society in business and marketing education, Pi Omega Pi promotes scholarship, leadership, and loyalty to the profession of teaching. Three of its aims are to promote fellowship among business and marketing teachers, to promote scholarship to enhance the field, and service to the profession of teaching. Students who have a commitment to becoming a business and marketing teacher.


The national convention of Pi Omega Pi is held every two years. Pi Omega Pi publishes a national newsletter, Here and There, containing announcements of the society, reports of chapter activities, and professional articles written by members. Other activities include regular meetings to which speakers are invited. You are encouraged to participate in programs and to write articles for publication in the national newsletter.

Membership Eligibility

Pi Omega Pi is open to students majoring in business education. You must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 and have completed at least 15 hours in business or education with a B average.

The Alpha chapter of Pi Omega Pi was established on June 13, 1923, at the Northeast Missouri State University. By 1983, there were 151 chapters. There are 99 active chapters in 34 states.


Allen Truell - atruell@bsu.edu