Pi Epsilon Pi is a national writing honor society, founded by Loyola in 2006.
The purpose of the writing honor society is to function as an honor and professional society for undergraduate students pursuing studies in writing. In fulfilling this role, the organization will support activities that stimulate creative and scholarly work in writing studies and that cultivate the appreciation and recognition of the art and craft of writing. As the society's name announces, "petens eloquentiam perfectam" embodies the Jesuit ideal of seeking eloquence in written expression. If you have any questions about Pi Epsilon Pi, please contact Dr. Lisa Zimmerelli.
In the picture below, a student is inducted into Pi Epsilon Pi.