Pi Sigma Eta
Pi Sigma Eta is an honorary funeral service fraternity represented
at the college by the Epsilon Chapter. Admission is based on
scholastic standing and is subject to the rules of the mother
The Robert P. Kite Student Center is a modern area where the
students are provided with a comfortable, relaxing
Allied Trades Activities
Allied Trades Activities also provides outside entertainment as
well as adding to funeral service education, as firms associated
with funeral service entertain the students with trips, lunches
and other activities.
Student Advising and Guidance
It is the feeling of the
college that the student should mature in all areas, not solely
scholastic areas. With this in mind, advising of students may be
held at regular intervals. It is hoped that students will
confide in their advisers whenever necessary, with the assurance
that all problems are held in confidence and judged on an
individual basis and with full consideration. Other members
of the college staff, including the president, are available to
assist the students with their needs.
will have graduation as well as class photos.
Most of the housing is in
local modern apartments. For those that desire a house,
there are some available, but they are further from the campus and
transportation is necessary. Incoming students may come to
the college upon arrival in the city and pick up a list of housing
options recommended by the student body.
The college is in constant
contact with people who are looking for part-time employees.
These positions are in local firms, some of which are funeral
homes. Upon arrival of the student, the college will make every
effort to help the student find part-time employment. These
positions can be obtained only upon arrival in the city and cannot
be reserved by mail prior to arrival. The college cannot
guarantee student employment.
Students are reminded that their
primary goal is to complete their education. Thus the
college recommends that students pursue their studies for a few
weeks to determine their ability to handle the academic load
before seeking employment.
Employment assistance is available to both graduates and employers
seeking to fill positions. Whether a student is seeking
employment upon graduation, an ex-student wishes to find new
employment, or a firm needs an employee, the college is constantly
striving to aid its graduates and the profession in meeting their
employment and staffing needs. However, the college cannot
Through the years many Dallas
Institute graduates have assumed positions of responsibility in
funeral service and its related industries. Our graduates
represent the future of the profession.
Graduates of the college
automatically become members of the College Alumni
Association. Its function is to help maintain a close
relationship between graduates and the college.
The college endeavors to maintain
an accurate record of its graduates, including current addresses
and other pertinent information of interest to its members and the
college. Alumni are encouraged to keep the college updated
on their current addresses.