Phi Sigma Tau Phi Sigma Tau is Cabrini's honor society for philosophy majors, with a network of more than 200 chapters at both public and private institutions of higher learning that encourages interest and activity among students and promotes ties between philosophy departments in accredited institutions.
Membership is open to students who have taken two or more philosophy courses and received an average grade above a 'B.' They also must be in the top 35% of their class and have completed three college semesters.
Philosophy Club The Cabrini College Philosophy Club meets at least once a month during the school year and promotes a variety of activities. Along with their regular philosophical discussions, club members recently attended a Phillies game, visited the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, and traveled to hear philosophers speak. Cabrini's Philosophy Club recently hosted two major philosophy speakers. Robert Solomon spoke on "Love: A Second-hand Emotion?" to a standing-room-only crowd in the Iadarola Center lecture hall, and Theodore Friend spoke on the topic "Into Society: Visibility of Women in Five Muslim Societies."
The club tries to engage in philanthropy each year. They have collected philosophy books for needy students in Colombia and recently sent medical supplies to traditional birth assistants in Uganda.