Association of College Honor Societies


Alpha Pi Mu

Industrial Engineering

Admitted to ACHS: 1952

Founded at Georgia Institute of Technology, January 5, 1949

No of Active Chapters: 68

Total Membership: 47095

Annual/current Membership: 940

Number of Regions: 7

PURPOSE: Confer recognition upon students of Industrial and Systems Engineering who have shown exceptional academic interest and abilities in their field, encourage the advancement and quality of Industrial and Systems Engineering education, unify the student body of the Industrial Engineering department in presenting its needs and ideals to the faculty.

ELIGIBILITY: Students of Industrial and Systems Engineering who rank scholastically in the upper one-third of the senior Industrial and Systems Engineering class and the upper one-fifth of the junior Industrial and Systems Engineering class are considered for membership on the basis of leadership, ethics, sociability, character, and breadth of interest. Graduate students and alumni may be elected to membership if they meet the requirements. Faculty members and professional industrial and systems engineers may be elected to faculty and honorary membership respectively have proven themselves outstanding professionals in the field.

MAJOR ACTIVITIES: Chapter projects are classified in three basic categories: betterment of the field, betterment of the school; and betterment of the chapter. National Executive Council provides Annual $1000 scholarship awards to outstanding members.

OFFICIAL CONTACT: Dr. C. Patrick Koelling, Executive Director, APM National Office, 3005 Lancaster Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24060

Tel: (540) 553-2043  Fax: (540) 231-3322

Email: [email protected]  

Updated: 2/14/2014